At the children’s hospital in Nice’s Promenade des Anglais on Friday afternoon, parents were still looking for their children.
Amid the bloodshed and chaos of Thursday night’s attack – in which the suspect, Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, had driven past the hospital at the start of his rampage – many families had been separated.
Hours after the truck drove at high speed into a crowd of people watching a Bastille Day fireworks display, one 10-year-old child in the intensive care unit at the Fondation Lenval still had not been identified.
One of the most harrowing aspects of the Nice attack was the devastating injuries of babies, children and teenagers, and the grief of their parents. French prosecutors said 10 children and teenagers had died in the attack.
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