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Six members of one family killed in Nice Attack

Michael Pellegrini was an economics and social sciences teacher. Credit: ITV News

A man caught up in the Nice lorry attack lost six family members in the atrocity.

Christophe Lyon lost his wife Veronique, 55, his mother Gisele, 63, and his father Germain, 68.

Veronique's 28-year-old son Michael Pellegrini was also killed along with his grandparents Francois and Christiane Locatelli, aged 82 and 78 respectively.

Mr Lyon is said to be too traumatised to speak following the attack which killed 84 people including 10 children.

Some 52 people - including 30 children - are still in hospital.

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