Lebanese bride in shock after witnessing Beirut explosion

Beirut: A 29-year-old Lebanese bride, Israa Seblani who seen Beirut explosion stated that she’s still in shock.

Within the video footage that went viral on social media(SM), the bride could be witnessed posing for photographs moments before the explosion sent a devastating blast wave around the capital city of Lebanon.

Fortunately, Seblani got no wounds & continued her wedding celebrations after the explosion.

Though she didn’t block the wedding celebrations, the bride has been in shock during this overall ceremony.

Lebanese bride shares experience

Spreading her experience, the bride stated that she’d never listened to such sound before.

According to the record, Seblani, a doctor works within the United States. She had come to Beirut 3 weeks back for her wedding.

Beirut explosion

Meantime, the number of deaths from that 2 deadly explosions has rised to 135. The Lebanese cabinet has announced a state of urgency within the capital city for 2 weeks.

The amount of wounded people approached 5,000.

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Beirut: A silo sits in rubble & debris in the scene of an explosion that hit the seaport of Beirut, Lebanon, Tue., August. 4, 2020. Massive explosions rocked downtown Beirut on Tue., flattening much of the port, damaging apartments & blowing out windows & doors as a giant mushroom cloud rose above the capital. AP/PTI Photo(AP05-08-2020_000009B)
Beirut: In this drone picture, the destroyed silo sits in rubble & debris after an explosion in the seaport of Beirut, Lebanon, Lebanon, Wed., August. 5, 2020. The massive explosion rocked Beirut on Tue., flattening much of the city’s port, damaging apartments around the capital & sending a giant mushroom cloud into the sky. AP/PTI Photo(AP05-08-2020_000042B)

Primary info has disclosed that 2,700 tonnes ammonium nitrate stored from 2014 in warehouse No. 12 in the port may have caused the explosions on Tue. in the evening.

The cabinet ruled to detain port authorities who have been aware & engaged within the storage of the ammonium nitrate.