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epa06148678 Mossos d'Esquadra Police officers and emergency service workers move an injured after a van crashes into pedestrians in Las Ramblas, downtown Barcelona, Spain, 17 August 2017. According to initial reports a van crashed into a crowd in Barcelona's famous Placa Catalunya square at Las Ramblas area injuring several. Local media report the van driver ran away, metro and train stations were closed. The number of people injured and the reasons behind the incident are not yet known. Official sources have not confirmed that the incident is a terrorist attack. EPA/Quique Garcia FACES PIXELATED BY SOURCE DUE TO LOCAL LAW ORG XMIT: GRA172
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epa06148678 Mossos d'Esquadra Police officers and emergency service workers move an injured after a van crashes into pedestrians in Las Ramblas, downtown Barcelona, Spain, 17 August 2017. According to initial reports a van crashed into a crowd in Barcelona's famous Placa Catalunya square at Las Ramblas area injuring several. Local media report the van driver ran away, metro and train stations were closed. The number of people injured and the reasons behind the incident are not yet known. Official sources have not confirmed that the incident is a terrorist attack. EPA/Quique Garcia FACES PIXELATED BY SOURCE DUE TO LOCAL LAW ORG XMIT: GRA172

EPA

Barcelona - Een zwarte dag voor Barcelona, Catalonië en heel Spanje. Bij een terroristische aanslag in het hart van de Catalaanse hoofstad gistermiddag zijn zeker vijftien doden gevallen en zeker 80 gewonden, van wie vijftien ernstig, aldus de president van de regio Catalonië, Carles Puigdemont.

epa06148678 Mossos d'Esquadra Police officers and emergency service workers move an injured after a van crashes into pedestrians in Las Ramblas, downtown Barcelona, Spain, 17 August 2017. According to initial reports a van crashed into a crowd in Barcelona's famous Placa Catalunya square at Las Ramblas area injuring several. Local media report the van driver ran away, metro and train stations were closed. The number of people injured and the reasons behind the incident are not yet known. Official sources have not confirmed that the incident is a terrorist attack. EPA/Quique Garcia FACES PIXELATED BY SOURCE DUE TO LOCAL LAW ORG XMIT: GRA172
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epa06148678 Mossos d'Esquadra Police officers and emergency service workers move an injured after a van crashes into pedestrians in Las Ramblas, downtown Barcelona, Spain, 17 August 2017. According to initial reports a van crashed into a crowd in Barcelona's famous Placa Catalunya square at Las Ramblas area injuring several. Local media report the van driver ran away, metro and train stations were closed. The number of people injured and the reasons behind the incident are not yet known. Official sources have not confirmed that the incident is a terrorist attack. EPA/Quique Garcia FACES PIXELATED BY SOURCE DUE TO LOCAL LAW ORG XMIT: GRA172

EPA

Een zwarte dag voor Barcelona, Catalonië en heel Spanje. Bij een terroristische aanslag in het hart van de Catalaanse hoofstad gistermiddag zijn zeker vijftien doden gevallen en zeker 80 gewonden, van wie vijftien ernstig, aldus de president van de regio Catalonië, Carles Puigdemont.