Five gravely injured in restaurant attack in France out of danger
Five people, including a three-year-old boy, who were gravely injured when a man deliberately rammed his car into a busy pizzeria east of Paris are out of immediate danger, hospital officials said.
Police are investigating the motives of the attack on Monday night that killed a girl.
The local prosecutor said the man's actions in the attack in the town of Sept-Sorts were clearly deliberate, but apparently not terrorism-related.
The Paris hospitals authority said on Tuesday that it treated five gravely injured victims, including the three-year-old who was flown by helicopter to France's premier children's hospital, in the French capital.
The driver was immediately arrested and was believed to be under the influence of drugs.