UPDATE (Matt): Jumping in for Cortney here, it looks like ISIS has claimed responsibility.
JUST IN: Islamic State claims responsibility for deadly van attack in Barcelona through its Amaq news agency https://t.co/8YoDsZUGAg— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) August 17, 2017
UPDATE (Matt): Two suspects in custody.
BREAKING: Senior police official: 2 suspects in custody in Barcelona van attack are a Spanish national from Melilla and a Moroccan.— The Associated Press (@AP) August 17, 2017
Several people are injured after a van jumped a curb near Las Ramblas in Barcelona, Spain.
The driver has reportedly fled the scene on foot. Local Spanish media are also reporting that two armed men are holding hostages in a Turkish restaurant in a different part of the city. It is yet unclear as to whether the two incidents are related.
UPDATE (12:04 p.m.): SkyNews is reporting that two people are dead and Barcelona police are calling the van crash a terror attack.
Two people are thought to have been killed in the van crash that Barcelona police say was a "terrorist attack". Here's what we know pic.twitter.com/v5UjHlElYx— Sky News (@SkyNews) August 17, 2017
UPDATE (12:53 p.m.): The death toll has risen to 13.
UPDATE (1:25 p.m.): Fox's Catherine Herridge is reporting that ISIS is celebrating Thursday's deadly attack.
UPDATE: Spanish authorities have corrected their earlier death tally. There is one confirmed death and 32 injuries.
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) - CORRECTS: Police official in Barcelona says 1 death confirmed in van attack; 32 injured, 10 of them seriously— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) August 17, 2017
UPDATE (1:52 p.m.): Fox News is reporting that one suspect has been arrested.
UPDATE (2:13 p.m.): The White House has reacted to the terror incident. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ensured Americans that the State Department is working with Spanish authorities to offer them protection. He added that the U.S. is ready to hunt down "terrorists around the world."
President Trump has also condemned the attack and offered Spain the U.S.'s support.
The United States condemns the terror attack in Barcelona, Spain, and will do whatever is necessary to help. Be tough & strong, we love you!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 17, 2017
UPDATE: (2:30 p.m.): Spanish authorities have revised the death toll. It is back up to 13.
BREAKING: Catalan official says 13 killed in Barcelona van attack, more than 50 injured.— The Associated Press (@AP) August 17, 2017
UPDATE (2:44 p.m.): One suspect was killed in a shootout with police, Fox News reports.
UPDATE (3:04 p.m.): The first suspect has been identified as 28-year-old Moroccan citizen Driss Oukabir.