2016 terror attack in Nice: survivors tell court of ‘war’ scenes

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At the trial in Paris of eight people accused of helping Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel prepare his terrorist attack in the Riviera city of Nice on July 14th 2016, when he killed 86 people and injured hundreds of others by driving a truck into crowds along the seafront Promenade des Anglais, survivors have begun telling the court of the horrific scenes they witnessed.

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Survivors of the 2016 Bastille day attack in Nice have described how the seafront was turned into a “war zone” when a gunman drove a heavy truck at high speed into the crowd gathered to watch fireworks in the French Riviera city, reports The Guardian.