Missing British boy aged 7 lost in Spain following Barcelona terror attack

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 20, 2017

We have found Jom and she is serious but stable in hospital.

Julian Cadman's mother is in hospital in a serious but stable condition, according to Julian's grandfather Tony, who posted on Facebook that Julian was missing.

Thirteen people were killed in Barcelona yesterday afternoon when a van was driven at people along Las Ramblas and one woman died in Cambrils when a auto was driven at people in the popular tourist resort.

Meanwhile, Spanish police hunting for the driver of the van used in the attack are focusing their efforts on a 22-year-old Moroccan national.

In one particularly tragic incident, an Italian man died in front of his wife and two young children who narrowly escaped harm when the van sped through.

The Irish boy, Nathaniel, was travelling with his parents Norman and Pederlita Putot, and sister Pearl to celebrate his birthday.

Australian foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop said that one Australian person is missing and that four have been injured. Jean-Yves Le Drian, the foreign minister, has said he will travel to the Catalonian city today.

The father was also hurt but his injuries were not life-threatening.

A Belgian woman, from the town of Tongeren, 90km (56m) east of Brussels, was killed in the attack, local officials said.

Australia said one of its citizens is unaccounted for, and Spanish newspaper El Pais said three Germans and a Belgian are among the dead.

There are thought to be victims from at least 24 countries including Britain, Ireland, Argentina, Australia, China, Belgium, Cuba, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, the Netherlands, Peru, Romania, Spain, the United States of America and Venezuela. Police have since made two arrests, and shot dead five terror suspects attempting to carry out a similar attack in the neighbouring seaside town of Cambrils. Police said the two attacks were linked.

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