Three Chinese injured in auto attack in south France

Three Chinese injured in auto attack in south France

Three Chinese injured in auto attack in south France

A auto deliberately plowed into a crowd of students in France on Friday, injuring three people, including two who were hurt seriously, police said. Police arrested the 28-year-old driver after a few minutes.

The police said that the 28-year-old driver deliberately drove through the group, but he was not on the terror watch-list.

A auto has been driven into three students near the French city of Toulouse, leaving a woman in a serious condition.

The driver is believed to be of "Asian origin" with a history of "psychological troubles", Le Figaro newspaper reported.

Two students at a French school have been badly injured in a vehicle attack, according to local media.

They were taken by ambulance to Purpan Hospital.

Police say the man is known for previous minor offences, especially drugs-related.

The suspect tried to flee the scene but police stopped him.

At least three people were injured on Friday after a vehicle was deliberately rammed into a group of students in Toulouse in southern France.

Several post-18 colleges are located on the campus, including the International Institute of Trade and Development.

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