At least one Briton, one US college student killed in Paris attack

By REUTERS
November 14, 2015 21:23

 
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LONDON/LOS ANGELES - At least one Briton was killed in Friday night's attacks in Paris, and officials fear there will be a handful of British fatalities, a British government source said on Saturday.

"The picture is still unclear. We know of one death already, we fear there may be a handful of British fatalities and about the same number are being treated for their injuries in hospital," a British government source said.

"Our thoughts are with all those affected, and we are doing everything we can to support them at this tragic time," the source said.

Additionally, a student from a university just south of Los Angeles who was studying design in France has been killed in the attack, a spokesman for the university said on Saturday.

Nohemi Gonzalez, 23, was a junior at California State University, Long Beach, and she was studying for a semester at the Strate College of Design in France, said CSULB spokesman Michael Uhlenkamp. She was from El Monte in Southern California, he said.

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