Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Sunday that a Frenchman was one of seven people killed in the Attack in London. According to our information, this is a young man of 27 who has family ties in Saint-Malo in Brittany.
The attack in London, occurred on the night of Saturday to Sunday, has killed seven people. Reached by telephone in Tunis where he is traveling, Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister of Foreign Affairs, said that one of the seven deceased victims was a French national. He also specifies that a French national is still missing.
He worked in a bar
Reportedly, the deceased French had settled in England for two and a half years. This young man of 27 years has family ties in Saint-Malo in Brittany. He worked at Boro Bistro , a restaurant located near London Bridge. During the attack, he was stabbed and died from his injuries.
Seven French wounded, four seriously
Among the 48 injured, seven are of French nationality, further stated Jean-Yves Le Drian, four of them seriously injured. BFMTV indicated in the afternoon that French was in critical condition.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also said Sunday that a Canadian citizen is among the seven dead in the attack.