- Shocking attack took place at the headquarters of American-owned Air Products close to Lyon in southern France
- Two men burst through the factory gates in a car, setting off small 'gas bombs' and injuring factory workers
- Murder victim's severed head was said to have been covered in Arabic writing and left hanging on a fence
- It is not yet clear whether the terrorists killed the man elsewhere and transported his body to the factory
- 30-year-old man 'known to security services' was arrested at the scene, telling officers he was a member of ISIS
A man has been decapitated and dozens more injured at a gas product factory in France by terrorists carrying Islamist banners.
The attack took place at the headquarters of the American owned Air Products, in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, near the city of Lyon, in the south east of the country.
The murder is believed to have been accompanied by several explosions on the site when the terrorists ignited small 'gas bombs', causing injuries to dozens of factory workers. It is believed the attackers may have intended to blow up the entire factory site.
The murdered man's head is understood to have been found 30 feet away from his body, hanging on the factory's fence. The dead man's head was covered in Arabic 'inscriptions' before being placed on the fence, according to local journalists at the scene.
Reports that the victim may have been killed earlier and driven to the scene are being investigated, but officials say the full details remain unknown.
Local media reported that a 30-year-old man 'known to security services' has already been arrested at the scene, telling police officers that he is a member of the Islamic State terror group. The second terrorist is believed to have gone on the run.
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