Three hurt in auto attack near Toulouse: French police

Randolph Lopez
November 11, 2017

According to the French police, a man driving a vehicle outside a high school near Toulouse "deliberately" rammed into the students, leaving two of them in a serious condition, AFP said.

A man fell "deliberately" with his vehicle driving on students in the city of Blanquac, on the outskirts of Toulouse, southwestern France.

French media said the driver, a 28-year-old man, was arrested several minutes later.

Toulouse Prosecutor Pierre-Yves Couilleau said Friday evening that two students remained hospitalized and one had left the hospital. The incident doesn't initially appear to be related to terrorism, the interior ministry said.

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He told police that he "heard voices" telling him "to hurt someone", Ladepeche newspaper reported.

A French police source told AFP that the attack was deliberate. One woman, 23, was in serious condition.

Saint Exupery School includes postgraduate courses in commerce, computer science, communication, journalism, communication and real estate.

Last summer, a Tunisian man used a large truck to kill 86 people in the southern French city of Nice.

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