Chris Pawley, a survivor of the Manchester bombings was another lucky survivor again when he narrowly escaped death for the second time after he was caught up in the Barcelona terrorist attack on Thursday.
Chris and his partner Corey Lorde were in Barcelona this week for the Circuit Festival when 13 people were killed and over 100 injured after a van was driven into locals and tourists on the city's busy La Rambla street, where people have been paying tribute to those caught up in the horrific event.
"It's insane here, the shops have put all there shutters down and the army is out but hope everyone is ok who's been injured!"
Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, he said: "We were in the area after the incident".
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"Can't believe we are in the same place as another terrorist attack!"
'We then saw all of the reporters with the cameras and could just see the rows of emergency services'. Pawley described how he managed to leave the arena and started crossing the footbridge into Manchester Victoria station "literally seconds" before the bomb exploded. I'm still in shock, the explosion, panic and chaos is still so fresh and keeps going round and round my head. I am absolutely heartbroken at the number of adults and children that have lost their life's.
Police have killed five suspected jihadists in a second vehicle attack in Cambrils.
"Following the attacks in Manchester and London, Spain stood alongside the British people".
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