GIRLS ATTACKED WITH ACID IN FRANCE NOT ‘TERROR RELATED’?
NEW YORK POST – TAMAR LAPIN AND MAX JAEGER
Four Boston College students were doused with acid by a woman outside a French train station Sunday, according to reports.
The women — identified by the Boston Globe as Courtney Siverling, Charlotte Kaufman, and Michelle Krug and Kesley Korsten — were traveling from Marseilles to Paris when the 41-year-old mentally ill woman hurled hydrochloric acid at them shortly after 11 a.m. outside the Saint-Charles train station, Le Parisien reported.
Three of the young women were enrolled at the college’s Paris Program, and Korsten attended the BU-affiliated Copenhagen Business School in Denmark, the Globe reported.