A woman who was gunned down in the Paris terror attacks has miraculously awoken from her coma.

Laura Croix was blasted six times in the chest and stomach during the massacre at the Eagles of Death Metal concert at the Bataclan Theatre.

A bullet narrowly missed the 31-year-old’s heart and she has endured 10 operations and spent two weeks in a coma.

The Sunday Times reports he has finally started to talk in the past few days.

“The first thing she wanted to know was what happened,” her brother Sébastien Croix said.

Laura Croix/FacebookBataclan attack victim Laura Croix
Survivor: Laura Croix is lucky to be alive after her ordeal

“She has awful nightmares. She knew that a lot of people had been killed.

“She is asking a lot of questions.”

The Paris attacks of November 13 saw 130 people die across the French capital.

By far the worst loss of life was at the Bataclan, where the band were performing in front of a 1,000-plus crowd.

Three suicide bombers loyal to Islamic State killed 90 of them with their Kalashnikov assault rifles, and also by detonating their explosive belts.

Today it emerged that the Islamic terrorists shouted ‘Where are the Yanks?’ and even played a xylophone as they targeted the lead singer.

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Horror: A French policeman assists a blood-covered victim near the Bataclan concert hall following attacks in Paris

Chilling details of the attempted assassination of Jesse Hughes, 43, emerged as investigators continued to examine evidence from the Paris attacks.

Now, according to information from the judicial enquiry into the carnage leaked to the Figaro newspaper, lead singer Hughes was specifically in their sights.

Shortly after the band, from Palm Springs, California, ran off the stage, one of the killers shouted: ‘Where’s the singer? Where are the Yanks?’

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He then started playing a discarded xylophone, as other members of the ISIS cell searched for Hughes and his bandmates.

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