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American father, son believed to have died in Nice attacks: reports

An American father and his son vacationing in France are believed to be among the dead after a suspected terror attack in Nice late Thursday, according to media reports. At least 84 people died when a truck drove for more than a mile through a packed crowd during a fireworks display for Bastille Day celebrations on the seaside in the French riviera. CBS News identified the two Americans as Sean Copeland, 51, and his son Brodie, 11, from Austin, Texas, who were in Nice with their family. A tribute to the family was made by Hill Country Baseball on its Facebook page Thursday evening.

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