French police have locked down the Victor Hugo area …. the great champion of individual rights and freedom. Ramadan – the month of jihad and conquest, perhaps?
#Breaking: Just in – Reports now of up to 10 people injured and whom 2 in critical condition, after a IED explosion at the "Victor-Hugo" street in #Lyon in #France, police concerned now of all surrounding streets for investigation. pic.twitter.com/gs39EvYpaA
— Sotiri Dimpinoudis (@sotiridi) May 24, 2019
Lyon ‘explosion injures eight people including girl, 8, after nail bomb explodes in street’
Police have locked down the Victor Hugo area of the French city while the streets are filled with soldiers and firefighters, reports local media
The Sun, 24th May 2019,
AT least eight people have been injured including a little girl after a parcel bomb filled with “nails, bolts and screws” exploded in the streets of Lyon, it has been reported.
French police have locked down the Victor Hugo area of the city while the wounded are being treated by emergency workers.
The neighbouring streets are filled with soldiers while several fire engines have arrived on site, reports Le Progres.
More to follow….
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