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11 November 2017, 01:23 | Kara Nash
A man has driven into a group of students near the south-western French city of Toulouse injuring three
All three of the victims, one woman and two men, are said to be in their early 20s.
At least three people were injured after a auto rammed into passers-by in Blagnac commune near Toulouse, southwest France.
At least three people were injured on Friday after a vehicle was deliberately rammed into a group of students in Toulouse in southern France.
The incident happened about 4 pm local time, outside a business high school, le Lycée Saint-Exupéry, French media report.
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French police clarified however, that the 28-year-old driver is not on a security watch-list and after an investigation the public prosecutor said there are no indications that the vehicle attack was an act of terrorism.
One police source told the French news agency the driver "deliberately" tried to ram the students with his auto, one of whom is in serious condition.
Couilleau said the driver claimed he acted deliberately and was arrested. A 23-year-old is more seriously injured, a young man and another girl, aged 22 and 23, have lighter injuries.
According to reports the driver has a history of mental illness including acute schizophrenia.
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