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Thousands #PrayForNice after deadly attack in Nice, France

Attack in France

"When will it stop?"

Social media users are asking this question after learning about the deadly attack in Nice, France. Dozens were killed and more than 100 injured when a truck plowed into a crowd celebrating Bastille Day in the resort city in southern France.

With more than 150,000 tweets -- and scores more by the minute, the hashtag #PrayForNice quickly soared to the top of Twitter's trending section.

Several images of solidarity have surfaced in wake of the tragic news.
The city of Paris said it was "wholeheartedly" with Nice:
Several begged for peace:
Some are saying they are "exhausted":
Others asked for help:

While offering condolences and prayers, people are also helping spread awareness for social media users who have lost contact with loved ones in the area.

The users are sharing photos of siblings and relatives who have gone missing.

In response, a Twitter account called "Nice Alerts" was created, sharing images in hopes of identifying survivors of the attack.