Lucas Digne took to the street to help Barcelona attack victims
According to RAC-1, the Barça left-back left his house in Plaça Catalunya with towels and water to help victims of the terrorist attack on Las Ramblas.
Barcelona was shaken to the core last Thursday as a group of terrorists carried out an attack on Las Ramblas, driving a van through crowds on the bustling street. The attack affected everyone in the city, and Lucas Digne, the Barcelona left-back, was no exception.
Digne took to street to help Barcelona attack victims
According to Gerard Romero, a journalist with RAC-1, the Frenchman recently moved to Plaça Catalunya in the heart of the city, very close to where the attacks took place. Digne had a day off that Thursday following the second leg of the Spanish Super Cup, and was at home.
The ex-Paris Saint Germain player took to the street with towels and bottles of water in an attempt to help the victims of the attack.
All LaLiga matches on the opening weekend of the competition were proceeded by a minute of silence to respect the victims.