October 25, 2021

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Beirut residents describe explosion as hospitals overflow: ‘It’s a catastrophe I’ve never seen’

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Residents of Beirut have described the major explosion that has left dozens dead in the Lebanese capital. Footage from the blast zone showed extensive damage, with residents moving through rubble and cleaning up broken glass and overturned furniture in homes caused by the explosion. Hospitals in the city were also overflowing with patients and people searching for loved ones

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