Driver runs down three students in France

Driver runs down three students in France

Driver runs down three students in France

A vehicle deliberately plowed into a crowd of students in France on Friday, injuring three people, including two who were hurt seriously, police said.

Two of the injured are in a serious condition.

The man told police that he "deliberately" drove into the crowd and that he suffered from psychological disorders, according to the report.

The injured students were taken to a hospital in Toulouse.

All three of Friday's victims, who were on a crosswalk when the ramming occurred, were in their 20s, with a 23-year-old woman the most seriously injured and two men aged 22 and 23 also hurt.

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The Toulouse region's daily newspaper, LaDepeche, said the three students were in Blagnac for a French-Chinese program at a private business school.

The 28-year-old driver, who was arrested immediately afterwards in the city's Blagnac suburb, acted "deliberately" but was not on a list of known extremists, one source said, asking not to be named.

The suspect tried to flee the scene but police stopped him. The man was arrested on the spot.

Toulouse prosecutor Pierre-Yves Couilleau, said his office had opened an attempted murder investigation "because the driver was planning to mow people down".

Several post-18 colleges are located on the campus, including the International Institute of Trade and Development.

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