A student from University of California at Berkeley was confirmed to be among the 84 killed in the terrorist attack in France.
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Nicolas Leslie was part of a Berkeley program called "Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Europe," the school said in a statement.
He was initially deemed missing but was confirmed dead Sunday evening.
2 of 5Two other Berkeley students, Vladyslav Kostiuk and Diane Huang, were injured in the attack and have returned to their dorms, according to the statement. A third student, Daryus Medora, remains in the hospital with a broken leg.
"This is tragic, devastating news...I join Nick's parents, friends and the entire campus community in condemning this horrific attack."
The school is holding a vigil on campus at 4:30 p.m. PST on Monday.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls led a moment of silence for the victims on Monday.