Scot tells of horror in Nice attack
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Nice attack: Scot tells of horror as he walked to work

A Scot has spoken of the horror that surrounded him as he got caught up in the aftermath of a lorry attack in Nice.

Kevin O'Hara was on his way to work in an Irish bar when people started running.

He told BBC Scotland: "It really hits you when you realise that people are dead and they are just two minutes away from you."

A lorry drove through crowds who had gathered for the city's Bastille Day celebrations.

At least 84 people have been killed in what French authorities have called a terrorist attack.