Sunday, July 17, 2016
From Guardian dated July 15
Lorry rams Bastille Day crowd in Nice
From Telegraph dated July 17
...The estranged wife of killer Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel was still being held by police on Saturday morning, a judicial source told news agency Agence France Presse....
From Independent dated July 15
...Investigators are still looking to find whether the man was working with accomplices.
He had been a father for three years, Nice-Matin reported. Relatives are being questioned by police, it also said..
Priya Joshi at IBT dated July 16
Nice attack: Man unable to speak after losing six members of his family in Bastille day massacre
Christophe Lyon has been left traumatized afer losing his son, his wife, his parents and his parents-in-law in the attack.
A man who lost six members of his family in the Nice terror attacks has been left so traumatized he is unable to speak. Christophe Lyon's wife, his adult son, his parents and parents-in-law were all killed on 14 July, when Tunisian-born Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel drove a 19-tonne lorry into crowds of revellers celebrating Bastille Day in the southern French city.
Mr Lyon, from Longwy, north-eastern France, had travelled to Nice with his wife Veronique, 55, son Michael Pellegrini, 28, and in-laws Francois Locatelli, 82, and Christiane Locatelli, 78 for an eagerly anticipated holiday on the Riviera. His parents Gisele Lyon, 63, and Germain Lyon, 68, also joined the family gathering....