9:20 p.m. Friday: Stade de France
9:25 p.m.: Two restaurants
9:30 p.m.: Stade de France again
9:32 p.m.: A La Bonne Biere
9:36 p.m.: La Belle Equipe
9:40 p.m.: Comptoir Voltaire
Shooting and suicide bombs
First Suicide Bombing Near Stadium
A suicide bomber detonated an explosives belt near Gate D of the Stade de France, where France and Germany were playing an exhibition soccer match. Two bodies were discovered at the location: that of the bomber and of a victim of the explosion.
Gunmen in a black vehicle started shooting at people sitting at Le Carillon and Le Petit Cambodge with Kalashnikov-type assault rifles, killing 15 people and leaving 10 others seriously wounded.
Second Suicide Bombing Near Stadium
A suicide bomber, wearing a vest identical to the first one, struck near Gate H.
Gunmen in a black vehicle opened fire at the Cafe Bonne Bière, killing five people and critically wounding eight.
Gunmen in a black vehicle fired on people sitting on the terrace of La Belle Equipe, killing 19 people and critically wounding nine others.
Suicide Bombing at Restaurant
A suicide bomber detonated an explosives device identical to those of the first two suicide bombers inside the Comptoir Voltaire restaurant, seriously wounding one person.
Shooting at Concert Hall
At the Bataclan, a concert hall with a capacity of 1,500 people, three men attacked a sold-out performance of the Eagles of Death Metal, an American band.
1Around 9:40, a black Volkswagen Polo parked on the street outside the Bataclan, and three men with assault rifles entered the music club.
2With shouts of “Allahu akbar,” the men emerged into the club’s two-story ballroom. Prosecutors said their shouts also included references to Iraq and Syria.
The attackers fanned out around the darkened hall, throwing grenades and shooting into the crowd.
3The musicians fled the stage at the first bursts of gunfire. Some people climbed into the upper boxes of the hall, others tried to hide from the attackers.
4Some survivors found exits along the side street, Passage St. Pierre. One woman escaped by dangling from a third story window.
5The standoff between the gunmen, who had marshaled hostages in front of the stage, and the police lasted more than two hours before the police stormed the club. Two attackers exploded their suicide vests, while a third attacker’s vest was activated by police gunfire.
Third Suicide Bombing Near Stadium
A third explosion occurred about 437 yards from the stadium, and the body of a suicide bomber was found.
Hostages Taken at Concert Hall
The gunmen began rounding up survivors, holding them hostage as dozens of police officers massed outside. Some people were able to escape.
Police Raid Concert Hall
The police began their assault on the Bataclan and all three attackers died, at least two by blowing themselves up.
By The New York Times | Aerial imagery by Google
Thibault Camus/Associated Press
Michel Spingler/Associated Press
Some concertgoers escaped