Terrorist Attack in Nice, France, Leaves 3 UC Berkeley Students Injured, 1 Missing

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Three UC Berkeley students studying abroad were injured in the Nice, France, terrorist attack on Thursday, while a fourth student remains missing and unaccounted for, school officials confirmed Friday.

Nicolas Leslie, a 20-year-old UC Berkeley junior, is seen in a photo provided by the university.

Nicolas Leslie, a 20-year-old UC Berkeley junior, is seen in a photo provided by the university.

The missing student was identified as Nicolas Leslie, 20, a junior from Del Mar. University officials are working with local police, the U.S. consular office and his family to locate him, the university said.

Three other students also studying abroad in Nice were injured in the terrorist attack. Two sustained broken legs and were being treated at an area hospital. The third student suffered a broken foot. None of the three students was identified by name.

About 10:30 p.m., a rented refrigerated truck moving at 25 to 30 mph crashed into a crowd celebrating Bastille Day in Promenade des Anglais, near Nice’s Palais de la Mediterranee. At least 84 people were killed and 202 people have been injured, 52 of them critically.

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