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Unseen Footage Of Beirut Blast Shows Devastating Effect Of Shockwaves

UNSEEN FOOTAGE – A netizen uploaded a high definition video of the Beirut blast that left thousands without homes.

According to a previous article, the blast could be felt across the ocean to nearby islands. However, those who really felt the blast’s devastating impact were the people closest to the area.

READ: Beirut Blast Caused Shockwaves Up To 240Km Away

Recently, a netizen uploaded a 4K video that showed just how deadly the blast is in slow-motion. This newly released angle of the blast showed the calm before the massive explosion.

Unseen Footage Of Beirut Blast Shows Destruction Of Shockwaves
Image from: Allan Reed | YouTube

Buildings near the blast zone were destroyed within seconds as the shockwaves passed. People were killed and thousands were injured, and more were left without homes.

Based on netizen Allan Reed, the Beirut blast has taken the lives of 158 people, injured 6,000, and left 300,000 residents homeless. Here is the full video:

In the video, you could see how the walls and the windows of the buildings were destroyed. Along with this, a heavy quake was also felt across the city.

Here are some of the comments on the video:

And this is probably a hundred times weaker than a modern nuclear weapon. Yikes.

I hope the person who took this video is alright!

The grain silos saved a lot of lives that day. Compared to the others, buildings that fell in the shadow of the silos during the blast did well.

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