Emergency services vehicles work on the scene after a truck, left, plowed through Bastille Day revelers in the French resort city of Nice, France, Thursday, July 14, 2016. France was ravaged by its third attack in two years when a large white truck mowed through revelers gathered for Bastille Day fireworks in Nice, killing at dozens of people as it bore down on the crowd for more than a mile along the Riviera city's famed seaside promenade. (Sasha Goldsmith via AP)
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“We found the baby safe!”
A mother who was separated from her 8-month-old son during the terrorist attack in Nice, France, on Thursday has been reunited with her baby after a message seeking help was posted on Facebook.
Yohlaine Ramasitera and Rebecca Boulanger posted on Facebook that the family was out looking for their child.
"If you see this child: CONTACT ME," Ramasitera wrote. "Blue pushchair."
Their posts were shared hundreds of times.
The baby boy was in the home of a local resident who had taken him in for safekeeping. The family was contacted, and they were reunited with him.
“We found the baby safe!” Ramasitera wrote in a subsequent post.
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