Three Australians have been confirmed injured following the deadly Bastille Day terror attack in the southern French city of Nice.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop told a press conference this afternoon that the trio had suffered minor injuries in the process of fleeing the scene.
She identified one of the injured Australians as a woman, but was unable to provide any further details.
As reported earlier, Australian tour company Top Deck previously issued a statement confirming that one of it customers had been injured in the attack.
“Unfortunately one of our customers has reported some minor injuries,” said a company spokesperson. “They are with Topdeck staff and are currently being tended to in hospital. Our family liaison team has been in direct contact with the injured customer’s family and we are ensuring the best care possible.”