Three injured after auto drives into crowd of students in France

Three injured after auto drives into crowd of students in France

Three injured after auto drives into crowd of students in France

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.

French news channel BFMTV reported earlier that a vehicle "deliberately" rammed into a group of students in front a business school in Balgnac, near Toulouse, on Friday, injuring three students.

A 23-year-old woman was the most seriously injured following the incident outside a college.

Initial information about the conditions of the injured - identified by authorities only as Chinese students - conflicted. They have since been taken to hospital in Toulouse.

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The suspect tried to flee the scene but police stopped him.

The BFM news channel said the man was known to police for previous non-terror crimes and officers were checking reports he suffered from major psychological problems, AFP reported.

A driver was arrested after the collision, and the Toulouse prosecutor has been called to investigate, the ministry said. These are Chinese students.

The incident occurred outside a college in the suburb of Blagnac, According to local police it a "deliberate" act of violence meant to cause injury.

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