Not perfect but you'll get it I hope :My French is rather rusty: I can get the gist of it but may be missing nuance, and because it was not posted as a message I can't put it through a translator app without retyping it all. Would somebody be able to do the honours
"Still having troubles putting words on yesterday's events, the fear on those faces and the bodies bruised from this fall.
I think to Julian, but also to all those guys seriously hit that may have seen their life flash by, when at 70km/h + the peleton's sound
let place to chaos, to the sound of equipment crushed and to humans' screams.
I am deeply touched by your messages, but I honestly think that anyone in this situation would have done the same.
There is no competition when physical intregity is at stake.
Beyond the consequences, it make us think about our shared responsabilities to avoid those kind of accident, which could
have been tragical, to the respect we must have between riders.
I've seen all, I was just behind TP and JC, when their bikes clipped.
The responsability we have when we take risks to be on front of the peleton can be heavy for the 100 guys that are behind us.
I don't want to point someone particular, I don't have the perfect truth.
Simply, we give everything to the sport, and that passion of the race can in one blink of an eye turn to tragic and tarnish the beauty of the sport.
All my whishes to every riders hurted."
Also JC later posted something about behind pointed out and RB then clarified that he did not wanted (at all) to say it was JC's fault.