Beirut tragedy from the air

  • Beirut tragedy from the air
  • Beirut tragedy from the air
  • Beirut tragedy from the air
  • Beirut tragedy from the air
  • Beirut tragedy from the air
  • Beirut tragedy from the air
  • Beirut tragedy from the air
  • Beirut tragedy from the air

A drone has shown video footage of what is left of a Beirut port in Lebanon after the blast from a warehouse that held 2,750tonnes of ammonium nitrate fertiliser in storage on Tuesday.

137 people have so far been confirmed dead from the August 4, 2020 explosion, while at least 5,000 more were injured. Leaving a crater 134 metres wide, the explosion reduced many buildings near the epicentre to rubble and was felt more than 200 kilometres away.

Video courtesy of BBC News

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