Cataluña está que arde: 182 heridos dejó quinta jornada de protestas

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Protesters use fences as a barricade during clashes near the Police headquarters in Barcelona, on October 18, 2019, on the day that separatists have called a general strike and a mass rally. - Spain's protest-hit northeast was gripped by a general strike today as thousands of "freedom marchers" converged on Barcelona for a mass show of dissent over the jailing of nine Catalan separatist leaders. (Photo by Pau Barrena / AFP)

Las manifestaciones violentas durante la noche del viernes en Cataluña terminaron con 182 heridos, la mayoría en Barcelona, según informa el Sistema Catalán de Emergencias (SEM).

De las personas que resultaron heridas en la capital catalana, 50 tuvieron que ser trasladadas a un centro sanitario mientras que 102 fueron atendidas y dadas de alta en el lugar de los incidentes.

En cuanto al resto de las capitales catalanas, en Gerona 12 personas requirieron asistencia médica, de las cuales 3 tuvieron que ser trasladadas, en Tarragona resultaron heridas 7 personas, con dos traslados, mientras que en Lérida 6 personas sufrieron lesiones, 3 de las cuales fueron trasladas a un centro sanitario, detalló Efe.

Los disturbios en algunas céntricas calles de Barcelona se recrudecieron por cuarta noche consecutiva con repetidos enfrentamientos entre violentos radicales y la policía hasta la madrugada.

En la Vía Laietana, próxima a la Jefatura de la Policía Nacional, la policía hizo frente con botes de humo, gases lacrimógenos y pelotas de goma a numerosos grupos violentos que habían levantado hogueras e incendiado barricadas, lanzaron bengalas, piedras, botellas de vidrio y objetos contundentes.

La intensidad de los disturbios hizo que por vez primera en la ciudad se desplegara una tanqueta de agua de la policía autonómica (Mossos d’Esquadra) -que pese a todo no lanzó agua contra los manifestantes- para abrir paso a los vehículos policiales entre las barricadas callejeras.

Protesters use fences as a barricade during clashes near the Police headquarters in Barcelona, on October 18, 2019, on the day that separatists have called a general strike and a mass rally. – Spain’s protest-hit northeast was gripped by a general strike today as thousands of «freedom marchers» converged on Barcelona for a mass show of dissent over the jailing of nine Catalan separatist leaders. (Photo by Pau Barrena / AFP)
Debris are pictured on a street of Barcelona, on October 18, 2019, after violence escalated during clashes, with radical separatists hurling projectiles at police, who responded with teargas and rubber bullets sparking scenes of chaos in the city centre. – The deterioration came after several hours of clashes on the fifth consecutive day of protests in the Catalan capital and elsewhere over Spain’s move to convict nine separatist leaders of sedition over a failed independence bid two years ago. (Photo by Pau Barrena / AFP)
Debris are pictured on a street of Barcelona, on October 18, 2019, after violence escalated during clashes, with radical separatists hurling projectiles at police, who responded with teargas and rubber bullets sparking scenes of chaos in the city centre. – The deterioration came after several hours of clashes on the fifth consecutive day of protests in the Catalan capital and elsewhere over Spain’s move to convict nine separatist leaders of sedition over a failed independence bid two years ago. (Photo by Josep LAGO / AFP)
A police van drives over debris in Barcelona, on October 18, 2019, after violence escalated during clashes, with radical separatists hurling projectiles at police, who responded with teargas and rubber bullets sparking scenes of chaos in the city centre. – The deterioration came after several hours of clashes on the fifth consecutive day of protests in the Catalan capital and elsewhere over Spain’s move to convict nine separatist leaders of sedition over a failed independence bid two years ago. (Photo by Pau Barrena / AFP)
Policemen walk over debris in Barcelona, on October 18, 2019, after violence escalated during clashes, with radical separatists hurling projectiles at police, who responded with teargas and rubber bullets sparking scenes of chaos in the city centre. – The deterioration came after several hours of clashes on the fifth consecutive day of protests in the Catalan capital and elsewhere over Spain’s move to convict nine separatist leaders of sedition over a failed independence bid two years ago. (Photo by Josep LAGO / AFP)

Protesters clash with a policeman in Barcelona, on October 18, 2019, after violence escalated during clashes, with radical separatists hurling projectiles at police, who responded with teargas and rubber bullets sparking scenes of chaos in the city centre. – The deterioration came after several hours of clashes on the fifth consecutive day of protests in the Catalan capital and elsewhere over Spain’s move to convict nine separatist leaders of sedition over a failed independence bid two years ago. (Photo by Pau Barrena / AFP)

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