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Victim attack Zaventem finally in contact with rescuer



She had to wait three years, but last night, Indian stewardess Nidhi Chaphekar was finally able to talk to the man who assisted her after the attack in Brussels.

Chaphekar (right in the photo) became a symbol of 2016 the terrorist attack at Zaventem airport. A photo of her sitting on a bench with shredded clothing on the bench after the explosion went all over the world.

The woman was still looking for a man who had helped her after the explosion. She turned on a Belgian television program and hundreds of tips came in to the editorial team.

When the third possible rescuer came by, a security company employee, she recognized him immediately. "I remember you talked to the child next to me. You encouraged him."

Child gave strength

The security guard, Luc Lowel, tells in the program that he himself lost his child to a tragic accident. He says that he had made a commitment during the attack to keep the child alive. "Therein I found the strength to help you and the others."

He himself is sober under it. "To me it feels like I was just doing my job. There were so many other people who have done so much more," says Luc Lowel in the program.

See here how the woman to her great joy again with her rescuer could talk:


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