Girl (12) dead, at least 12 injured after driver rams into pizza restaurant near Paris
Government spokesperson says first indications are the event is 'not terror-related'
A man who drove his car into a French pizzeria was apparently suicidal and the incident is not believed linked to terrorism, the Interior Ministry says.
Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet said on BFM television that the man was born in 1985, while police confirmed the man was "psychologically unstable and had no police record."
Mr Brandet said a young girl (12) was killed and four people were injured in a condition of "absolute emergency".
He said eight others were slightly injured.
The man was arrested soon after the attack on Monday night in the town of Sept-Sorts, east of Paris.
The official says investigators are not searching for accomplices.
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