ISIS terrorists attacked American company ‘Air Products’ in France. The terrorists were carrying ISIS flags.
According to Le Dauphine newspaper, a loud explosion was reported at approximately 9:50 a.m. local time in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, northwest of the Alpine city of Grenoble.
A French security official told the Associated Press that two attackers arrived at the factory in a car, bearing banners written in Arabic, and set off an explosion.
French authorities told Fox News that approximately ten people were injured. A local police deputy described the attack as “definitely a terrorist act.”
France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor has opened an investigation into the incident.
The suspected attacker entered the factory and set off several small explosive devices, a legal source told AFP. Witnesses reported strong explosions at the plant.
A decapitated man was found at the plant. The victim was reportedly an employee of the factory. His head was discovered by police perched on the fence outside the factory, covered in Arabic writing.
French President Francois Hollande said the man who launched the terrorist assault has been identified and that there may have been a second attacker.
“This attack was in a vehicle driven by one person, perhaps accompanied by another,” Hollande said at an EU summit in Brussels. “The individual suspected of committing this attack has been arrested and identified.
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