At least 13 people were injured when a suspected parcel bomb explosion hit Lyon city of France Friday, local media reported, ONA reports quoting Anadolu Agency.
The suspected bomb exploded in front of a bakery in Lyon.
French President Emmanuel Macron defined the explosion as "attack" in a live broadcast, although the country's authorities are yet to confirm the cause of explosion.
The French police confirmed that 13 were injured, however, none of them sustain life threatening injuries.
A hunt for a suspect is underway, who fled the area on a bike after leaving the bag, local media said.