PARIS (AP) -- France's Defense Ministry says three soldiers were seriously injured in a car attack in a Paris suburb but their lives are not currently in danger.
French counterterrorism prosecutors have opened an investigation into a car attack on soldiers in Paris suburb that left six injured.
The Paris prosecutor's office says the investigation was opened after Wednesday's incident in Levallois-Perret.
The ministry said in a statement that six members of the 35th infantry regiment were injured in the incident, including three "more seriously."
Defense Minister Florence Parly and Interior Minister Gerard Collomb are visiting soldiers hospitalized at the Begin military hospital in the suburb of Saint-Mande.
It was the latest of several attacks on members of the Sentinelle military operation tasked with protecting French sites after deadly attacks.
No one is specifically named in the investigation yet, but it aims at pursuing perpetrators on charges of attempted murder of security forces in connection with a terrorist enterprise, the prosecutor's office said.
The move means authorities believe the attack was deliberate and planned with a terrorist motive.
The car and driver have not yet been found.