Philippe Monguillot, 59, was left mind lifeless after the attack in the southwestern city of Bayonne on July 5. His relatives made the decision to change off his daily life support on Friday, news agency Agence France-Presse claimed.
“We decided to permit him go. The medical professionals were in favor and we were as effectively,” the victim’s 18-calendar year-previous daughter, Marie Monguillot, told AFP.
Four adult men had been detained and charged following the assault.
The attack transpired on Sunday all over 7:15 p.m. on the 810 bus traveling to Biarritz just after the bus driver checked the ticket of 1 of the guys and asked all 4 to put on facial area masks, which are obligatory in French general public transportation, according to the public prosecutor’s business office.
On Wednesday, Monguillot’s relatives structured a march in his honor, with all attendees carrying white.
“The Republic acknowledges him as an exemplary citizen and will not forget him. The law will punish the perpetrators of this despicable criminal offense,” he wrote, describing the assault as “cowardly.”
French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin also expressed his condolences to Monguillot’s frends, household and colleagues.
“This heinous and cowardly act must not go unpunished. I will be touring to Bayonne tomorrow to make a position of security in the city with condition officers and meet with community transport motorists and unions,” he wrote on Twitter.
The organization Monguillot labored for, Keoilis, has boosted protection for its employees, deploying guards on some of its bus products and services in the area.