Brussels: At least 10 killed in 2 blasts at Brussels airport
At Least 17 people have killed and dozens wounded after two blasts rocked Brussels’ Zaventem airport. The country’s public broadcaster VRT said there were up to 13 people dead and a further 35 wounded at the airport – and at least 10 commuters killed in the underground blast.
Zach Mouzoun, who arrived on a flight from Geneva about 10 minutes before the first blast, told France’s BFMTV: “It was atrocious. The ceilings collapsed. A witness at Maelbeek station told We left Maelbeek station towards the centre at around 9.07am, 9.10am, when we felt an explosion which appeared to come from the front of the train.
Some reports suggest that firefighters have discovered up to three more explosive devices at the airport, also known as Zaventem Airport.