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At least 3 injured in deliberate auto ramming in Toulouse, France

11 November 2017, 01:07 | Marta Robbins

Image The attack happened near the French city of Toulous

The attack happened near the French city of Toulous

A man "deliberately" rammed his auto into three Chinese students near the southern French city of Toulouse on Friday, injuring one of them seriously, said justice officials, who indicated the attack was not linked to terrorism.

Police Sources have said that the incident was deliberate but the driver, reported to be aged 28, was not on a security watch list.

French police told the AFP news agency that the man driving the Renault Clio was arrested immediately afterwards in Blagnac, in the Haute-Garonne region. Unconfirmed reports have claimed the driver suffered from major psychological problems. The driver has been "maturing" the idea for about a month before the attack, he added. There are fears of a terrorist attack. One of the three injured students is battling for his life.

In the wake of the incident, Interior Minister Gerard Collomb tweeted that "Support for injured young people in Blagnac".

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The Toulouse region's daily newspaper, LaDepeche, said the three students were in Blagnac for a French-Chinese program at a private business school.

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

In July previous year, a Tunisian man ploughed a 19-tonne truck into a crowd in the southern city of Nice, killing 86 people.



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