OSU basketball team OK after attack in Spain
The Oregon State men's basketball team is safe after Thursday's terror attack in Barcelona Spain.
The team was gathering in its hotel lobby for a pregame meal when the attack took place on the street in front of the hotel.
Beavers coach Wayne Tinkle, in a video posted on the Beavers' Twitter page, said that every member of the team and the traveling party was safe.
At least 12 people were reported killed and at least 80 injured when a van driver plowed into people along Las Ramblas.
All public events were cancelled on Thursday night in Barcelona, including the first of five exhibition games the Beavers are scheduled to play on a tour of Europe that runs through Aug. 25.
The OSU athletic department has not yet announced if the trip will be cut short.
The driver of the van fled on foot and has not been captured.
In his one-minute video on Twitter, Wayne Tinkle said there were "horrific sights" outside his hotel window, including several fatalities. The coach said he is thankful that the Beavers players, staff and everyone traveling with them is safe and accounted for.
"Everything's good with our guys," Tinkle said. "Obviously going to be a tough thing to deal with moving forward."