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Suspected gas blast at Spanish restaurant injures seven

Officials stated that at least seven people were hurt in a suspected explosion at a Japanese restaurant in Tarragona in northeastern Spain on Sunday (16/10).

According to Pau Ricoma, Tarragona’s mayor, the blast took place at 4pm local time when the restaurant was closed.

He stated that two people were being passed and were hurt.

Two of the injuries sustained by seven people were very serious. All seven people were taken to hospital.


Ricoma said that while it wasn’t known exactly what caused the explosion it was almost certain it was gas.

The Catalan Regional Police, Mossos d’Escuadra has opened an investigation.


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