4 members of Jewish community missing following Bastille Day terror attack in Nice

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July 15, 2016 14:03

 
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A Magen David Adom representative stationed in Nice, France said Friday afternoon that four members of the Jewish community are missing following the Bastille Day terror attack that killed 84 people.


Bruno Israel Lellouche told The Jerusalem Post that the four included two elderly sisters, as well as a man and a US Jewish woman.
 
The four have reportedly not made contact with family members since Thursday's terror attack where spectators had gathered to watch a fireworks display.

Mayhem broke-out late Thursday evening in the Riviera city when a truck driven by a 31-year-old Franco-Tunisian man rammed into a crowd gathered to celebrate the holiday.

The attacker was reportedly named as Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, according to British daily The Daily Mail, but the information has yet to be confirmed.  



 

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