At least six people have been wounded, after a Czech tourist bus came under fire, in southeast France.
Six people traveling on a Czech tourist bus through France were injured when the vehicle came under fire, a prosecutor said on Sunday.
Authorities gave no clue as to the motive for the shooting, along a highway near Drôme in the southeast of France. Initial investigations indicated the shot was fired from a hunting rifle.
Prosecutor Alex Perrin said the injured were hit by shattered glass. The bus was carrying 75 tourists including children on a school trip.
“Five people suffered light injuries, while the sixth was more serious,” Perrin told BFM TV.