Four American women attacked with acid at French train station
Wibbitz Top Stories - September 17, 2017
Four American women were attacked with acid in France while at the Marseille Saint Charles train station. The U.S.
tourists, all in their 20s, were splashed with acid in the face with one of the women reportedly having an eye injury.
Authorities arrested the French woman who carried out the attack..
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