Students injured as driver 'deliberately' ploughs vehicle into crowd

Car crashes into students in France

Car crashes into students in France

Toulouse Prosecutor Pierre-Yves Couilleau said Friday evening that two students remained hospitalized and one had left the hospital.

At least three people were injured after a auto rammed into passers-by in Blagnac commune near Toulouse, southwest France. "He was immediately arrested afterwards". Unconfirmed reports have claimed the driver suffered from major psychological problems.

"What matters in this case is the psychiatric profile of the person", he added. There are fears of a terrorist attack.

An attempted murder investigation has been opened, he said.

Three people are injured after a auto plowed into a crowd of people near a school in southwestern France.

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The woman's life is not in danger, police said.

The incident occurred in the Blagnac suburb of Toulouse in southwestern France.

On Friday night, France's Interior Minister Gerard Collomb praised the police's response, saying "the investigation will determine the nature of his act".

The reports said the victims were from China and are in their early 20s. All three are thought to be of Chinese origin.

Mauling people using trucks and heavy vehicles has become modus-operandi of "lone wolf" attackers inspired by the ideology of the terror group, ISIS.

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