Police and firefighters gather at the entrance of Air Products & Chemicals, a gas factory near Lyon, France, on Friday, June 26, after a terror attack. One person has been beheaded and two people injured, French President François Hollande said Friday. A suspect has been arrested, he said.
French President François Hollande, at a June 26 news conference in Brussels, Belgium, called the crime a "pure terrorist attack."
Investigators work at the enclosed area where a decapitated body was discovered at the Saint-Quentin-Fallavier factory on June 26. The severed head was found with a message, Hollande said.
Police block the area where the attack took place on June 26.
The June 26 attack also involved at least one explosion, officials said.
Police secure the entrance of the factory on June 26.
Emergency personnel stand guard near the scene June 26.