A auto has "deliberately" mowed down terrified pedestrians after mounting a pavement near a high school in north west France - leaving at least three injured. The interior ministry said the students were lightly injured; BFM reported that two were in serious condition.
The driver of the vehicle, a 28-year-old man who was known to police for committing minor offences, was arrested at the scene, the sources said.
"The individual arrested immediately after the event said he had been planning this act for a month".
One police source told the French news agency the driver "deliberately" tried to ram the students with his auto, one of whom is in serious condition.
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According to reports the driver has a history of mental illness including acute schizophrenia. They were all transported to the hospital.
The incident occurred outside a college in the suburb of Blagnac, According to local police it a "deliberate" act of violence meant to cause injury. La Dépêche du Midi newspaper quoted him as telling police he had heard voices telling him to harm someone.
Several post-18 colleges are located on the campus, including the International Institute of Trade and Development.