Attack in Nice. Most of those who were killed died in the hours immediately after the attack. One man, 56-year-old Frenchman Pierre Hattermann, died on 4 August after failing to recover from his extensive injuries. His wife and son were killed in the attack and his 14-year-old daughter remains in hospital.
First responders tend to victims of a terrorist attack in Nice, France, that left at least 77 dead and dozens injured on July 14, 2016. First responders in Nice, France, after authorities said at least 77 people were killed and many more injured after a truck slammed into a crowd on July 14, 2016.
We are learning more about those killed in Thursday’s attack in Nice, France. French authorities say 84 people lost their lives when a truck drove through a crowd celebrating Bastille Day.
Eighty-five people were killed in Nice, France, when the driver of a truck plowed into a crowd gathered to watch Bastille Day fireworks Thursday night. The driver was shot and killed, officials said. French President François Hollande said the terrorist attack in Nice was an “absolute horror.” This is what we know so far about the victims.
The victims include many children and are from several countries, including France, the United States, Russia, Armenia, Algeria, Germany, Tunisia and Britain.
Nice attack victims: Everything we know about those killed so far. New Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, has said that at least one Briton is understood to have been injured. A group of school children from Lancashire, who had been on a school trip to the area, have all been accounted for and are all safe and well, according to staff.
American victims. “This afternoon our very own Brodie Copeland, as well as his father Sean Copeland, were killed during the terrorist attack in Nice, France. “Nobody deserves this type of fate, especially not such a wonderful family. You are in our hearts, thoughts, and prayers. Rest in peace, Brodie and Sean,
The victims of the Nice attack. Duration: 02:28 15/07/2016. SHARE. SHARE. TWEET. SHARE. EMAIL. 84 people have been killed in Nice, and more remain in a critical state. We look at some of those who
Viktoria Savchenko, Brodie and Sean Copeland, and Robert Marchand were all killed in the Nice truck attack. Composite: Facebook, Twitter, Le Journal