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17 September 2017, 05:20 | Glen Norman
Four American tourists suffer acid attack outside Marseilles train station
The news outlet reports two of the tourists were rushed to the hospital after having acid thrown in their face, while the other two suffer with burns.
The female American tourists were sprayed with hydrochloric acid by a 41-year-old at 11am this morning at Saint-Charles station, French media report.
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The tourists - who are all in their 20s - were hospitalized, a spokeswoman for the prosecutor told the Associated Press.
Two of the US women suffered facial injuries in the attack, police said. Two of the women were treated for shock.
Marseille is a port city in southern France that is closer to Barcelona than Paris.
The attack is not thought to be terror-related.
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