A auto deliberately plowed into a crowd of students in France on Friday, injuring three people, including two who were hurt seriously, police said. At least three people were injured, two of them critically.
Three Chinese were injured Friday afternoon when a vehicle hit a crowd deliberately in the suburbs of Toulouse, south France, the head of the Chinese Consulate in Marseille told Xinhua citing a source from the local police in Toulouse.
France has been victim of a series of vehicle attacks by extremists inspired by the Islamic State group, but there was no immediate confirmation of the driver's identity or motive. The incident doesn't initially appear to be related to terrorism, the interior ministry said. La Dépêche du Midi newspaper quoted him as telling police he had heard voices telling him to harm someone.
A French police source told AFP that the attack was deliberate.
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Kakehi first Wednesday at the age of 24, launching a fabric-printing company in Osaka Prefecture with her first husband. But her lawyers reportedly plan to appeal to a higher court, suggesting the high-profile trial could yet drag on.
The injured students were taken to a hospital in Toulouse.
Saint Exupery School includes postgraduate courses in commerce, computer science, communication, journalism, communication and real estate.
In July previous year, a Tunisian man ploughed a 19-tonne truck into a crowd in the southern city of Nice, killing 86 people.