This Thursday, January 27, the testimony of the doctor who tried to save the life of 37-year-old actor Gaspard Ulliel was unveiled.
A meaningful testimonial: RTL media unveiled the story of the doctor present at the scene of the tragedy during the death of Gaspard Ulliel. Whereas the actor’s funeral will take place this Thursday, January 27 in Paris, we were able to learn a little more about the circumstances of the death of the thirty-something. Because after hitting another skier at the intersection of two blue runs without wearing a helmet, a doctor went to the scene of the accident to try to save the life of Gaspard Ulliel.
Arnaud Bouvet is the doctor at La Rosière station, where the accident occurred. The latter assures that he arrived very quickly on the spot, in the company of the rescuers and affirms that he did everything to try to save him. “What I can tell you is that in terms of the speed of the rescue, the trackers took one to two minutes to be in the area. As soon as the condition deteriorated, I was called. I quickly went up to the central des pistes and was dropped off by snowmobile. I tried to do the best for the victim while waiting for the Samu. We medicalized the patient in pairs before his evacuation by helicopter“said the latter.
A tribute to Gaspard Ulliel in the ski resort
Arnaud Bouvet was also questioned by the RTL journalist about wearing a helmet. When asked whether Gaspard Ulliel would have been saved if he had worn his protection, the doctor is not categorical: “It all depends on the violence of the impact. Wearing a helmet might not have avoided the dramatic outcome, but the reverse is just as true”. Note a tribute will be held in the ski resort of La Rosière, where the actor lost his life. “This Thursday, January 27, the day of Mr. Gaspard Ulliel’s funeral in Paris, at 3:58 p.m., which was the time of his accident on January 18, we will symbolically stop the ski lifts for a minute in tribute to him, his family and his loved ones“, announced Jean Régaldo, director of the La Rosière ski area. A day that promises to be rich in emotions.