Toulouse prosecutor Pierre-Yves Couilleau told reporters that three students were injured on Friday when the motorist drove into the group, near a university campus in the city of Blagnac.
French Police have reported that a vehicle has deliberately driven into group of students near the south-western French city of Toulouse, injuring three. Unconfirmed reports have claimed the driver suffered from major psychological problems.
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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. According to the French police, a man driving a auto outside a high school near Toulouse "deliberately" rammed into the students, leaving two of them in a serious condition, AFP said.
When asked about the possibility the man was motivated by terrorism, the prosecutor said the attack was "nothing of that order".
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The woman's life is not in danger, police said.
In the wake of the incident, Interior Minister Gerard Collomb tweeted that "Support for injured young people in Blagnac".
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The attack came days after China asked France to "ensure the security" of its nationals, who have been regular victims of thieves. All three are thought to be of Chinese origin.