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Cops have ruled out terrorism. Yeah, that makes perfect sense, with all the vehicular jihad going on.

SPAIN HORROR: Four injured as car mounts pavement in busy street

January 2, 2017, The Express:

FOUR people have been injured after being forced to dive for cover when a Moroccan man mounted the pavement in his car and came close to running them over.

By Gerad Couzins, The Express, January 2, 2018:

Several other people had to run for their lives during the terrifying incident in Alaquas near Valencia, which sparked initial fears it was a terror attack.

Police ruled out any links to terrorism today as they revealed the driver was drunk at the time.

The unnamed 40-year-old has been remanded in custody by a judge following a private court hearing in Torrent near Alaquas.

Local reports said he had consumed so much alcohol he couldn’t stand up and wasn’t able to be breathalysed at the scene.

The casualties, who were aged between 48 and 60 and suffered only light injuries, are now said to be doing okay.

The incident happened on Saturday near a packed park called Parc de la Sequieta running along a street called Carrer Lanjaron.

A dramatic motorway shootout in November near Madrid sparked fears of a new terror attack in Spain, still on high alert following last August’s deadly attacks in Barcelona and the nearby seaside resort of Cambrils in which 16 people died and more than 100 people were injured.

Four men fired on Civil Guard officers before fleeing the scene in a stolen blue Audi Q7 later found abandoned and burnt out.
Initials fears the incident was terror-related were ruled out by police who said they were tailing a stolen lorry containing wine when the shootout occurred on November 20.

The Audi is understood to have been acting as a decoy vehicle to warn the HGV about police in the area.

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