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A march by around 1,000 people was held on Thursday in the port of Lorient, north-west France, in homage to a nine-year-old boy who was killed when a car fleeing a gendarmerie checkpoint in the town mounted a pavement and hit the child and his seven-year-old cousin, who remains critically ill, while a major search continues to find the fugitive driver whose passenger has now handed herself in to police.
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