Three Chinese were injured Friday afternoon when a vehicle hit a crowd deliberately in the suburbs of Toulouse, south France, the head of the Chinese Consulate in Marseille told Xinhua citing a source from the local police in Toulouse.
The person was not on a security watch list and had minor offenses, mostly drug-related, police said.More news: Former Yahoo CEO apologises for data breaches, blames Russians
The AFP news agency cited a French police source who said the vehicle "deliberately" rammed a group of three students - two of whom were badly injured, and one who was not as seriously hurt.
All three of the victims, one woman and two men, are said to be in their early 20s.More news: Study shows sheep recognise human faces
French police told media outlets the auto ramming appeared to be deliberate, but the 28-year-old suspect did not show up on a security watch list.
French media said the driver, a 28-year-old man, was arrested several minutes later. A 23-year-old is more seriously injured, a young man and another girl, aged 22 and 23, have lighter injuries.More news: Syria set to join Paris climate Agreement, US remains defiant
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