Mossos d’Esquadra closed two metro stations on the L3 line after a “green liquid” was discovered at Lesseps.

Police are currently investigating the incident and have also closed the Fontana station, south of Lesseps which was shut at 8pm, local time.

It is unclear if the incident is terror-related.

Ara, a Catalonian newspaper, has claimed CCTV footage, seen by the authorities, shows two men throwing a liquid into the driver’s cab of the train.

Mossos are now trying to clarify if the incident was an attack.

The bomb squad are at the scene, Mossos has confirmed.

Metropolitan Transport of Barcelona (TMB) has informed that the subway service works normally between Zona Universitaria and Diagonal, and between Vall d’Hebron and Trinitat Nova.

The line goes through some of the city’s main stops that include Passeig de Gracia and Placa de Catalunya as well as stops along Las Ramblas.

It comes after the recent terror attack on Las Ramblas that killed 15 people.

Mossos are now trying to clarify if the incident was an attack.

Metropolitan Transport of Barcelona (TMB) has informed that the subway service works normally between Zona Universitaria and Diagonal, and between Vall d’Hebron and Trinitat Nova.

The line goes through some of the city’s main stops that include Passeig de Gracia and Placa de Catalunya as well as stops along Las Ramblas.

It comes after the recent terror attack on Las Ramblas that killed 15 people.

Mossos are now trying to clarify if the incident was a chemical attack.

Metropolitan Transport of Barcelona (TMB) has informed that the subway service works normally between Zona Universitaria and Diagonal, and between Vall d’Hebron and Trinitat Nova.

The line goes through some of the city’s main stops that include Passeig de Gracia and Placa de Catalunya as well as stops along Las Ramblas.

It comes after the recent terror attack on Las Ramblas that killed 15 people. Continue reading.