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Bastille Day terror: Harrowing images of truck attack in Nice

Updated 4:56 PM ET, Fri July 15, 2016
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Baby strollers are seen on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, France, on Friday, July 15. A 31-year-old native of Tunisia and resident of Nice drove into a crowd during the southern French city's Bastille Day celebrations around 10:45 p.m. on Thursday, July 14, killing at least 84 people and leaving around 202 injured. Alberto Estevez/Newscom/EFE/Newscom
A woman cries, asking for her son, as she walks near the scene of the attack. Luca Bruno/AP
A forensics team inspects the scene of the attack. ALBERTO ESTEVEZ/EFE
A man looks at the scene of the attack on the Promenade des Anglais. Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images
Forensics investigators examine a truck at the scene of the attack. Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images
Bodies of victims covered by sheets remained at the scene of the attack early Friday. Luca Bruno/AP
A man sits next to the body of a victim following the attack. Panoramic/Newscom/ZUMAPRESS
Authorities confirmed that the driver of the truck was killed by police. Franck Fernandes/Maxppp via ZUMA Press/ZUMAPRESS.com
The truck plowed into a crowd leaving a Bastille Day fireworks display in the French resort city of Nice. One witness, an American who was about 15 feet from the truck, said the driver accelerated and pointed his tractor-trailer into the crowd, mowing people over. VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images
A man lies near a covered body at the scene of the attack on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice. Cyril Dodergny/Maxppp via ZUMA Press
Emergency teams assist wounded people at the scene. Olivier Anrigo/EPA
A photo from the Twitter account of a reporter for CNN affiliate France 2 shows witnesses being interviewed inside the Hotel Negresco after the attack. According to Alban Mikoczy, these people are not injured. Twitter/Alban Mikoczy
Wounded people are evacuated from the scene where the truck drove into the crowd during the Bastille Day celebrations. Olivier Anrigo/EPA
Armed French police move people away from the Promenade des Anglais in Nice in the aftermath of Thursday's attack. Franck Fernandes/Maxppp via ZUMA Press
Medical workers attend to an injured woman. Olivier Anrigo/EPA
Police security forces deployed in the center of Nice. VALERY HACHE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Tony Molina, a U.S. police officer on vacation in Nice, witnessed the terrible scene from his hotel room. He told CNN he thought he heard between 30 and 40 gunshots. "I saw the truck right below us and it had already driven down the boardwalk for a half a mile." VALERY HACHE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
BFM-TV, a CNN affiliate in France, reported that police shot at the truck to try to stop it. Franck Fernandes/Maxppp/Zuma Press
Rescue workers move a victim from the scene. Franck Fernandes/Maxppp via ZUMA Press/ZUMAPRESS.com
Soldiers, police officers and firefighters walk among bodies covered with blue sheets on the seafront Promenade des Anglais. VALERY HACHE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Police seal off the area around the scene. A witness said at first it seemed like an accident, but then it became obvious it was a deliberate act. Franck Fernandes/Maxppp via ZUMA Press/ZUMAPRESS.com
"I wasn't sure what to do, in that situation. No one knew what was going on. We just knew we had to run for our lives," said Paul Delane, an American who witnessed the attack. Franck Fernandes/Maxppp via ZUMA Press/ZUMAPRESS.com
French President François Hollande said the country would now extend its state of emergency for three months. VALERY HACHE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
A doll is seen at the scene of the attack on the Promenade des Anglais. Tarubi Wahid Mosta/CNN iReport