Man who drove into pizzeria east of Paris 'had taken medicinal drugs'

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Investigators appear to have ruled out a terrorist motive behind the ramming of a pizzeria in a village east of Paris, when a 32-year-old man, reportedly depressive and under the effects of medicinal drugs, drove at customers sitting at the restaurant's terrace, killing a 13 year-old girl and injuring 13 others, five seriously.

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The man who rammed into a French pizza restaurant, killing a teenage girl and inijuring 13 people, had taken a large quantity of medicinal drugs, legal sources said on Tuesday, reports Radio France Internationale.