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  • On 14th July, the day France celebrates the formation of the French republic, 84 people were killed, 202 are injured with 24 on life support, by a truck which plowed into the crowd on the promenade des Anglais in Nice.  Here is an account from FranceTV about how help was delivered in the hours after the attack.

    France is where I am staying now, it is where my in-laws and my partner are from.  As worried friends and family tried to contact us to make sure that we were okay, I decided not to dig into the story or post more pictures of the person who committed this monstrous crime.  Instead I decided to look for ways to help.  I went to donate blood, but the hospital in the small town, 200 kms from Nice, was overwhelmed...

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