Airport worker hailed a hero after pulling people to safety in Brussels
March 22, 2016 - Uncategorized
Amid the horror of the Brussels attacks in Belgium Tuesday morning, glimpses of humanity emerged.
City residents who live near metro stations and airports offered accommodation to anyone affected, along with the hashtags #PorteOuverte and #ikwilhelpen, while at Maelbeek metro travellers helped each other out to the open air.
One man at the airport, meanwhile, was hailed a hero on social media for pulling several people to safety.
A worker known as Alphonse was wrapping bags at the check in desk when the explosions happened, according to a BBC reporter. He rushed to help seven wounded people. Read more…