New Delhi: The horrendous terror attack in Nice, France has left more than 80 people dead and many others injured. Due to the large numbers of casualty in the attack, many social sites and calling stations have been set up to provide information to people about their loved ones.

Soon after the attack occurred during the celebration of the Bastille Day, social media giant Facebook activated its Safety Check Feature which provides information about whether a user is safe or not during disaster or other emergency situations.

Twitter has set up a group named SOS Nice (@urgencenice). People who want information about their near ones celebrating the event can post their pictures and find out whether they are missing or not.

Global Affairs Canada has set up a 24/7 Emergency Watch and Response Centre for the kin of the victims of the attack. The numbers are 613-996-8885 or 1-800-387-3124. People can also send their Email to sos@international.gc.ca

Around 8o people were mowed and shot down Thursday night local time in France. The French people were celebrating the Storming of the Bastille which occurred during the French Revolution. French President Francois Hollande declared that the State of Emergency will be extended.