In the latest "deliberate" act of violence in Paris, a vehicle slammed into a group of soldiers, injuring six.
The man, who was not immediately identified, was arrested on a highway north of Paris hours after a driver rammed a auto into a crowd of soldiers, leaving at least three of the six hit with serious injuries - though they were believed to be non-life threatening.
Six military personnel were hurt - two of them seriously.
The service members were part of Opération Sentinelle, an anti-terrorism operation that was created after the 2015 Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris.
It happened near the Place de Verdun in the Levallois-Perret suburb of the city at around 8am local time.
And no doubt security will be stepped up in Levallois-Perret, where not only servicemen are located but also intelligence services.
"It all happened very quickly", he said.
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Paris police say a auto has injured six soldiers, two seriously, in what the local mayor has said was a "disgusting" deliberate act. "Shortly after, I saw one of the badly wounded lying in front of the Vigipirate [army patrol] vehicle and another one behind it receiving treatment", he said.
"I heard a loud sound, shouts".
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said that, despite the high threat of terror attacks in France, the government would stick to its plan of lifting the state of emergency, imposed following the deadly extremist attacks in Paris in November 2015 and now in its 21st month.
Police are now hunting for the driver and the auto, a BMW, a Paris police spokesman told the Associated Press. The broadcaster reported that he was arrested between Boulogne-sur-Mer and Calais. The move means authorities believe the attack was deliberate and planned with a terrorist motive.
The incident came just four days after Sentinelle soldiers intervened to control an 18-year-old with a history of psychological problems at the Eiffel Tower.
A driver has died after deliberately ramming a police van on the Champs Elysees in Paris, in what French interior minister Gerard Collomb said was an "attempted attack".