These Images Show the Amazing Resilience of Parisians

November 14th 2015

Nicole Charky

People in Paris are lining up by the hundreds to donate blood after a night of deadly attacks left 127 dead and hundreds wounded.

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All over the city, people are waiting in lines—often for hours—for the chance to donate blood to victims, including some who are in critical condition, Vox reports.

Just outside Le Petit Cambodge, a restaurant where one deadly attack left at least 11 people dead, people are standing in line for Saint Louis hospital to give blood, Mashable reports.

"They spill blood, we give blood," a 69-year-old Frenchman called Mr. Babey told Mashable.

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People are using this map to help locate mobile blood donation locations across the city:

More information on the attacks is still developing. As of Friday, President Francois Hollande declared a state of emergency and closed France's borders.

In the hours after the horrific attacks, Hollande has called the attacks "an act of war" against France, TIME reports.

“It is an act of war prepared and planned outside, with complicity from within the country,” he said. “It is an act of absolute barbarism. France will be ruthless in its response.”

There are a reported six locations where attacks happened across the city, including at Bataclan concert hall where a hostage situation developed during a concert for American band Eagles of Death Metal. French security forces were deployed to the concert hall and killed two gunmen, the Associated Press reports.

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