Desperate pleas on social media to find missing children in Nice attack

Loved ones and people the world over have taken to social media to ask for help finding missing children and teens in the terror attack in Nice, France.

Pictures and descriptions of the missing are flooding sites like Twitter and Facebook.

The hashtag #RechercheNice, or "search Nice", is widely being used.

A Facebook page and Twitter account called SOSNice @urgencesnice was created.

An eight-month-old baby boy was reportedly missing until friends of the mother shared a photo of the child on Facebook.

The child was reportedly found by a woman who took the child home. The baby and its mother were reunited.

There is also an account @NiceFindPeople created on Twitter to report the lost.

One of the posts reads:"please it is necessary that we found these people." It includes a long list of the names of the missing.

At least 84 people were killed including 10 children when a man driving a large, white truck, plowed through crowds celebrating Bastille Day on Thursday.