Mother recounts moment family flee from Nice terror attack People write messages in tribute to victims of terrror attack
Eastern Eye Staff
For Harjit Sarang, what should have been an enjoyable final evening to a family holiday turned into a nightmare experience. Sarang found herself in the aftermath of the Bastille day attack in Nice, France. At least 84 people were killed, 10 of them children, and more than 200 injured when a man drove a 19-tonne truck at high speed into crowds at a public event at the Promenade des Anglais last Thursday (14). Sarang, a 42-year-old lawyer from St Albans, had just watched a fireworks display with her husband and two young sons when she saw a huge rush of…
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