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/iframe>A lorry ran down a large group of people in the southern French city of Nice during a suspected terrorist attack. At least 84 people are feared dead with more than 50 injured during the Bastille Day attack.
Gunshots rang out in the streets, with gunmen targeting hotels and cafes in the port city as residents were warned to lock themselves in doors for their safety. Hostages have been taken in a hotel in the city. The RAID anti-terror squad has been deployed to the city.
Driver of the truck that killed at least 80 people in Nice on Thursday evening was a 31-year-old resident born in Tunisia, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel
The attack occurred when the driver plowed through a crowd celebrating Bastille Day during a firework display along the city’s waterfront. He drove for more than a mile before being shot dead by police, according to French Interior Ministry spokesperson Pierre-Henry Brandet—More..
Driver of Truck killed by police
A CNN affiliate in France, BFM-TV, reported police exchanged gunfire with people in the truck.
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