World Bulletin / News Desk
Some 90 people were injured, five of them seriously, in a gas explosion at a cafe in the southern Spanish town of Velez, rescue services said Sunday.
Most of the injured suffered cuts from flying debris or bruising from falls as they fled in confusion.
Rescue services, which received dozens of calls from people fearing a terror attack, said five people were in a serious condition after the blast in the bistro's kitchen.
Local daily Sur said an employee at the eatery had raised the alarm just moments before the blast but there was insufficient time to evacuate the venue, which local media showed as strewn with glass and other debris.Güncelleme Tarihi: 02 Ekim 2016, 15:09