Summary: ‘ On Twitter, police said they “have killed the alleged perpetrators.” At least 13 people died, and more than 100 were injured when the van slammed into pedestrians in Barcelona’s Las Ramblas district. And men’s college basketball teams from Oregon State, Clemson, Tulane, Arizona, and Grand Canyon were in Barcelona at the time of the car attack but all teams took to Twitter and said everyone was safe and accounted for. Five “terrorists” were killed in the operation but initially officials said four people were injured, and one person was wounded and detained.
Las Ramblas is a popular tourist area in Spain’s second-largest city, and was completely filled to capacity people at the time of the attack, police said. “We work on the hypothesis that the terrorists killed in Cambrils would be related to the events in Barcelona, and Alcanar,” police said. pic.twitter.com/s2zRktUnkk Two individuals have been kept after in regard to the van incident, police said. citizens.” Police described a come apart incident in which a car trying to have access to past a Barcelona checkpoint hit an officer, and an additional person, police said.
“We are monitoring the situation closely, and stand ready to provide consular assistance to any affected U.S. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy expressed solidarity with the victims and their families, describing the attack as “jihadist terrorism.” #Barcelona #Rambles If you’re ok, please Inform your family using social networks to avoid the collapse of phone lines ABC News’ Lucien Bruggeman contributed to this report. Police said there’s no proof that the man who left the car was armed, but described the incident as a terror attack that attempted to kill as numerous people as possible. “We shall be able to confirm one U.S. A man inside the car was shot by police, authorities said but they didn’t confirm, whether the incident was connected to the attack in Las Ramblas. Catalan police told ABC News that they believe the incident in Cambrils is related to the attack in Barcelona previously in time Thursday….Read The Full Article Here
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