Three Chinese were injured Friday afternoon when a vehicle hit a crowd deliberately in the suburbs of Toulouse, south France, the head of the Chinese Consulate in Marseille told Xinhua citing a source from the local police in Toulouse.
Two of the injured are said to be in a serious condition.
French Police said a man driving a auto outside a high school rammed into three students near Toulouse in southern France. According to the same source, the driver was 28-year-old.
At least three people have been hurt in a vehicle attack near Toulouse, Occitanie, in southern France said the French police on Friday, as reported by news agency AFP.
Authorities say the victims were rushed to nearby hospitals, but none of them are suffering from life threatening injuries.
The suspect tried to flee the scene but police stopped him.
All three of the victims, one woman and two men, are said to be in their early 20s.
The driver, a man, was arrested.
A driver was arrested after the collision, and the Toulouse prosecutor has been called to investigate, the ministry said.
The incident happened about 4 pm local time, outside a business high school, le Lycée Saint-Exupéry, French media report.