Luxembourg Air Rescue repatriated one of the victims of the Barcelona terrorist attack to Belgium on Monday.
According to a LAR press release sent on Tuesday, the victim was one of the 130 people injured on 17 August 2017, when a terrorist drove a van into pedestrians on La Rambla in Barcelona, Spain.
In total, 13 people died in the attack, which was the deadliest in Spain since the March 2004 Madrid train bombings.
The victim had been in intensive care in Spain, and was repatriated to a hospital closer to their home.
It is not the first repatriation to be carried out by LAR following the Barcelona attack. On 24 August, LAR transported a young French couple who suffered multiple injuries to their country of residence. Following the 2015 Tunisia resort attack, LAR also repatriated several tourists.