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[Correspondence] Terrorist attack in Nice: the central role of a children’s hospital

On July 14, 2016, at 2230 h, a lorry crashed deliberately into a crowd in Nice, France, injuring about 500 people and killing 86 people, including ten children. The terrorist attack began close to Lenval Children’s Hospital, an exclusively paediatric level 1 trauma centre. The other trauma centre, Pasteur Hospital for adults, is located further away from the attack site.1