The New York Post: 4 American women attacked with acid at French train station

Four Boston College students were doused with acid by a woman outside a French train station Sunday, according to reports.

The women — identified by the Boston Globe as Courtney Siverling, Charlotte Kaufman, and Michelle Krug and Kesley Korsten — were traveling from Marseille to Paris when the 41-year-old mentally ill woman hurled hydrochloric acid at them shortly after 11 a.m. outside the Saint-Charles train station, Le Parisien reported.

Three of the young women were enrolled at the college’s Paris Program, and Korsten attended the BU-affiliated Copenhagen Business School in Denmark, the Globe reported.

“It appears that the students are fine, considering the circumstances, though they may require additional treatment for burns,” Nick Gozik, who directs BC’s Office of International Programs, said in the statement.

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