Players and fans in Paris' Stade de France stadium react after hearing the explosions during the France-Germany soccer match, in a series of attacks in the city that have left scores dead. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Three explosions were heard in the stadium, where a friendly soccer match between France and Germany was underway on Friday (November 13). France 24 television said that President Francois Hollande had been at the Stade de France and was taken out of the area. At least 60 people were killed in attacks in Paris and a hostage situation was under way at a concert hall in the French capital, French media reported said. Police confirmed there had been shootings and explosions at the stadium, but not the number of casualties. After the explosions, fans crowded onto the field for safety. After the match, police guided supporters outside the stadium. Witnesses said police closed down a neighborhood in central Paris where media said gunmen had fired in a restaurant, causing multiple casualties.