Man injured in last month's lorry attack in Nice has died

This brings the total number of deaths to 85

The death toll from the Nice lorry attack has risen, after a man died of his injuries yesterday.

On July 14th, Mohamed Bouhlel drove a 19-tonne truck into a crowd of people who had gathered to watch a Bastille Day fireworks display.

The attack, claimed by so-called Islamic State, left more 400 people injured.

French media have said the man was 56, and had been on on life support since the day of the attack.

His wife and son were killed when the vehicle was rammed into crowds, while his 14-year-old daughter remains in hospital.

This brings the total number of people killed to 85.