Spanish Police are still looking for at least one suspect after twin terror attacks in just 24 hours.
13 people were killed and 100 others injured when a van drove into crowds on Las Ramblas in Barcelona yesterday.
Hours later, a car ploughed into people in the coastal town of Cambrils.
Police think the attacks - and an explosion in another town on Wednesday night - are all linked and three people have been arrested.
Two Irish people have sustained leg injuries in the attack in Barcelona.
The family of 4 involved are originally from the central Philippines but live in Ireland.
A man and a 5 year old boy were hurt when a van drove down Las Ramblas.
The Filipino Consul General in Madrid Dr. Emmanuel Fernandez said they were on a family holiday for one of the children's birthday.