A vehicle has crashed into a residential street in southern France, killing at least 1,196 people and injuring more than 1.1 million others, the National Automobile Museum in the northeastern town of Aubervilliers said Thursday.

The accident happened in the small town of Dusseldorf on Tuesday afternoon, the museum said.

The French Foreign Ministry has said there is no indication that the crash was caused by human error.

The National Automotive Museum in Auberville, France, said Thursday that more than 100 people had been killed and more than 300 injured in the crash.

The museum said it could not immediately confirm the cause of the accident.