Victims’ families and sympathisers form a giant tribute message in Nice one year on from the truck attack in the city. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT. NO REPORTER NARRATION. Victims' families, joined by city officials and sympathisers, began a day of remembrance in Nice on Friday (July 14) for the 86 people who died in last year's truck attack. The families laid tiles to form a 170-metre (558-foot) long message on the Quai des Etats-Unis, facing the Mediterranean Sea. Nice residents and visitors also participated in the ephemeral memorial, which will be filmed with a drone and unveiled in an evening concert. More than 600 family members of victims who were killed or injured were set to attend the day's remembrance events, which include a military parade and a tribute led by French President Emmanuel Macron.