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Traumatised victims of Nice attack seek psychological support

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Text by FRANCE 24

Latest update : 2016-07-17

A centre providing psychological support to the victims of the Nice terrorist attack, in which 84 people died, has been constantly full since Thursday’s assault during the Bastille Day celebrations.

Psychologist Isabelle Buchet explains that they are seeing many parents who lost children in Thursday night’s atrocity, and more are arriving.

“They can’t speak. They’re still in shock. In an emergency like this, when it’s only been two days, it’s really just a way of letting them know they’re not alone and the door is open,” says Buchet.

For FRANCE 24’s full report, watch the video above.

Date created : 2016-07-17

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