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Inseparable Twin Sisters Died Tragically In The Carillon Bar Massacre In Paris

Identical twins, Emilie and Charlotte Meaud, 30, died alongside 13 other victims in the Carillon bar massacre in the Paris attacks recently. These 2 sisters shared a hail of bullets from the terrorists on Friday night when they were out for drinks with their friends. Right now, their widowed mother and brother are making arrangements for their funeral and burial in their hometown of Aixe sur Vienne in Limousin, western France.

 

Inseparable Twin Sisters Died Tragically In The Carillon Bar Massacre In Paris

Inseparable Twin Sisters Died Tragically In The Carillon Bar Massacre In Paris

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The twins lived in different apartments in Paris where they pursued different careers.

The twins lived in different apartments in Paris where they pursued different careers.

Emilie was building a fine reputation as an architect, moving rapidly through firms after graduating from La Villette, the National School of Architecture. Charlotte also graduated with an Economics degree and has been running a fledgling business, Scientipole Initiative, since September 2014.

The mayor of the town, Rene Arnaud, knew the family since the twins were very little.

The mayor of the town, Rene Arnaud, knew the family since the twins were very little.

Yet their family don't have any hatred towards the terrorists in their heart. They just feel sad about their loss.

Everyone from their colleagues to college professors were shattered to know that the twins were victims of the terror attacks in Paris.

Everyone from their colleagues to college professors were shattered to know that the twins were victims of the terror attacks in Paris.

Everyone loved the sisters dearly and now understood what's it like to lose beautiful people in their lives.

Although, the sisters chose different career options and lived separately in the same city, they were very close and depended on each other for almost everything.

Although, the sisters chose different career options and lived separately in the same city, they were very close and depended on each other for almost everything.

Their family was very worried when they couldn't contact any of the sisters on Saturday.

Their family was very worried when they couldn't contact any of the sisters on Saturday.

They found out the fate of the twin girls very late on Saturday and the family reached Paris on Sunday morning to make arrangements.

Their poor mother who is a retired teacher lost her husband just a year ago and now this tragedy is upon her to deal with.

Their poor mother who is a retired teacher lost her husband just a year ago and now this tragedy is upon her to deal with.

Their schoolmates are also bummed out on hearing the news. They never really met the twins after school but they always kept in touch through SMS or emails.

Everyone who knew the twins was terrified when they heard the tragic news about their death.

Everyone who knew the twins was terrified when they heard the tragic news about their death.

On the unfortunate Friday night, dozens were killed at Cambodian restaurant Le Petit Cambodge and Le Carillon bar in the trendy Canal Saint-Martin area of the city.

On the unfortunate Friday night, dozens were killed at Cambodian restaurant Le Petit Cambodge and Le Carillon bar in the trendy Canal Saint-Martin area of the city.

The same gunmen went ahead to the Belle Equipe bar in Rue de Charonne to kill yet another 19 innocent beings in the terror attack.

Three suicide bombers also targeted the Stade de France where France were playing Germany.

Three suicide bombers also targeted the Stade de France where France were playing Germany.

On Monday, along with the rest of France, the people of Aixe-sur-Vienne gathered to honor and remember the dead of Paris, especially the fallen twins.

On Monday, along with the rest of France, the people of Aixe-sur-Vienne gathered to honor and remember the dead of Paris, especially the fallen twins.

It is indeed sad to see the loss of so many innocent and wonderful beings at the hands of these gunmen.

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