Four young American women visiting France were attacked on Sunday after a woman sprayed acid at them at a train station in Marseilles.
Two women in the group, both in their early 20s, were taken to a nearby hospital and given treatment for burns and were later released.
The other two members of their group who were attacked at the Saint-Charles station luckily did not get acid in their faces.
“It appears that the students are fine, considering the circumstances, though they may require additional treatment for burns,” according to a statement by Nick Gozik, director of Boston College’s Office of International Programs.
The young women are students of Boston College and are enrolled in the school’s international programs.
French investigators say the incident is not likely a terrorist act but have not ruled out it either.
100% Fed Up reports:
Who wants to go to Paris? Between terror attacks and individual attacks on random people, it’s madness. With the huge influx of Muslims and other refugees, the streets have become dangerous with pockets of roaming refugees. While the French authorities aren’t releasing information on the man who sprayed acid on American tourists, you have to wonder who is slowly killing France…