Toulouse will always rememberAnne-Laure Arruebo, it is in any case the will of his father, and of the town hall. In the presence of Jean-Luc Moudenc, mayor of Toulouse and also president of the Metropolis, Jean-Bernard Arruebo has considerable a street bearing the name of his daughter, this Saturday, October 1. Other parents of victims as well as the sisters of Anne-Laure Arruebo attended this inauguration.
A street near Stade Ernest-Wallon for a Rouge et Noir fan
This street was not chosen at random: if it is located closer to the Ernest-Wallon stadium, it is because Anne-Laure Arruebo was a fan of the Stade Toulousain. The president of the club, Didier Lacroix, was also present this Saturday morning with the family. “Anne-Laure was taken from us seven years ago but the duty of memory has no limit, no prescription”said during this tribute to her friend Ludivine Franco.
Moudenc: “Toulouse is in mourning”
Mayor Jean-Luc Moudenc also spoke, explaining that “his daughter lived next to the La Belle Equipe bar. She could have been among the victims. Anne-Laure’s death touches us all. Toulouse is in mourning, our city should not forget it. Let us be united, gathered around the memory and vigilant for the future.”
The 36-year-old young woman, customs inspector in Paris, was killed on the terrace of La Belle Equipe, by the terrorist commando responsible for the attacks of November 13, 2015. Originally from Quint-Fonsegrives, she was also part of a club supporters of Stade Toulousain and regularly came back to support his favorite team. Invited to our antenna, in October 2021 during the trial of the attacks, her father had told us that she had called her cat Brennus.