Pagenaud says Paris different after terrorism

Simon Pagenaud
Simon Pagenaud

WIBC's Tony Katz spoke with Indycar driver Simon Pagenaud about the ever changing landscape of a world constantly under attack by terrorists.

Pagenaud – a native of France – discussed how Paris is different after the November, 2015 attacks that killed 130 people, and how Brussels is likely to see similar changes following Tuesday's attack.

"I know there's been a lot of concern. I went to France over Christmas and was very surprised to see the lifestyles have changed a little bit. There’s a lot less people going out for dinner. There's a lot less activity on the streets in the evening. People are just being a lot more careful. You can't avoid traveling on the subway. That's the way to travel in Paris because it's so difficult to travel by car, and it's scary. I think what happened in Brussels today will make it even worse."

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