‘No specific changes’ for NJ security after Nice, France attack
A spokesperson for the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness said the office has made "no specific changes" in response to the truck attack that killed dozens of people in Nice, France Thursday.
In a brief email to New Jersey 101.5, spokesperson Stephanie Raphael said the office would continue to monitor the situation as it unfolds.
Calls to New Jersey State Police Thursday evening had not yet been returned.
In reaction to the attack, FBI Newark Division Special Agent Mike Whitaker said “The FBI Newark would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the people of France, especially to the families of the victims in today’s horrific attack in Nice.”
As of 8 p.m. Thursday, the death toll in the Nice attacks was estimated at 73. Donald Trump had delayed his announcement of a vice presidential candidate, originally expected for Friday.
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