France: Unidentified gunman opens fire in Lille leaving 3 injured
Lille: At least three people, including a 14-year-old boy, have been injured in suspected terror attack by an unidentified gunman near a metro station here in France on Friday night last.
According to French media reports, the gunman fired at least five shots near the Porte d'Arras metro station in northern France at around 9.50 pm (local time).
The security forces have sealed the roads leading to the city centre. It is yet not clear if the attacker has been caught or not.
The anti-terrorism squad has reached the shooting spot in the city which shares its borders with Belgium.
One of the victims has suffered a gunshot in his neck while the other two sustained bullet in their legs. The injured have been taken to the nearby hospital.
More details awaited.