A terrorist attack on an U.S.-owned factory in Grenoble, France. has left one person decapitated and several others injured. The AP reports the head of the victim was found on a gate at the factory entrance and belongs to a local businessman. Local news reports say one of two attackers was carrying an ISIS flag. A vehicle was driven toward the site, which is owned by Air Products, a U.S.-based industrial gases technology company, and “two individuals deliberately rammed a car into the gas containers to trigger an explosion,” a police source told Reuters. Local newspaper Le Dauphine reported that the head of the victim was covered in Arabic script. French President François Hollande confirmed that a man suspected of carrying out the attack has been arrested. The AP reports that the decapitated man was the employer of one of the suspects.