How many bullets does it take to drop a ‘drugged up’ terrorist? Heroic Spanish officers find out

Amazing video footage has surfaced of the extraordinary moment one of a group of alleged terrorists in Spain was gunned down by police.

Hours after a van reportedly slammed into a crowded Los Ramblas boulevard in Barcelona, killing at least 13 people and injuring dozens of others, a second attack was launched at the beach resort of Cambrils, the Daily Mail reported.

Terrorists allegedly carrying knives and an axe jumped out of their overturned car after driving into crowds on the seafront on the Costa Dorada at 1:00 am. One woman was killed and at least six others injured in that attack, according to the Daily Mail.

Dramatic video captured the moment gunshots rang out, sending people to the beach below the raised roadway for safety.

The men allegedly charged at a female police officer who had been on foot patrol with her partner who was struck by the vehicle. The heroic police woman pulled out a handgun and single-handedly killed four of the suspected terrorists.

“To kill four people, even if you are a professional, is not easy to digest,” Catalan police chief Josep Luis Trapero said Friday.

But the ordeal wasn’t over yet as the fifth terror suspect, like someone in a “horror film,” got up again after being shot down by police.

“He must have been on drugs. He took the first round of shots, he fell on the floor, and then within two seconds, I thought I was watching a film, one of them horror films,” Fitzroy Davies, from Wolverhampton, said.

*** WARNING: Disturbing images ***

“The guy just stood up. He was taunting, smiling, laughing and he carried on walking to the police, and then they gave it to him again, a couple more shots and then he fell to the ground,” said Davies, who filmed the terrifying moments.

Davies added that the man’s suicide belt “looked fake.”

“It looked like he was wearing Coke cans on him,” he said.

“ISIS has been feeding its fighters cheap super-amphetamine pills called Captagon, used to induce euphoria and increase adrenaline during their murderous missions,” the Daily Mail reported.

Other videos and eye-witness accounts of the second terror attack in Spain continued to be shared on social media and reported by media outlets.

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