PARIS, July 16 (Xinhua) -- Twenty-six people, including five children, who were injured in the truck attack in southern France on July 14, are currently on life support, French Ministry of Health said in a statement on Saturday.
After a 31-year-old Tunisian man drove a truck ramming into crowds of people celebrating the French national day and killed at least 84 people, a total of 303 people have been sent to different hospitals in Nice and five cities nearby, confirmed the Ministry.
According to the ministry, 121 patients wounded in the attack, including 30 children, are still being treated in hospital. 26 of these 121 wounded people are currently on life support. Enditem