Monday, August 21, 2017

France: Van driven into 2 bus stops 1 women killed, many injured

(Marseille) In yet another example of a vehicle being used to attack people in Europe, this morning at 8am, a 35-year-old man drove a van into a crowded bus stop in the Croix-Rouge area of Marseille.

Thankfully, nobody was killed, but people were injured. The driver drove off. An hour later, the same vehicle was driven onto another bus shelter five miles away from the first crash. Here, a 42-year-old woman was killed. Somebody took the number of the vehicle and police arrested the driver.

The van used in the incident.

Apparently, the police are not treating this as terrorism, simply stating that the driver had mental health issues.