The high resolution footage, which has also been slowed down, clearly presents the explosion in the Lebanese city.
“I experienced an explosion in this white-hot glass. I don’t know if I jumped or the shock waves pushed me, and I found myself on the floor, “Eggstone Nemeth, who shot the footage, told News Flair. “I saw the glass breaking and people screaming. I looked around and saw this huge orange cloud above me. ”
The 42-year-old physician, Nemeth, started a session at around 6 pm on Tuesday evening when he heard a loud voice and went to the 13th floor terrace to be examined, he told the outlet.
Nemeth saw smoke coming out of the port building and left a recording of his iPhone on the roof, about half a mile from the explosion – then went back inside.
This is why when a powerful explosion is shown stunning towards the camera, smoke billows up into the sky, and huge buildings are toppled. The camera falls to the ground and goes dark.
“I saw it was getting bigger and bigger, some big flames came out and suddenly it happened,” boom. Said Nemeth. “I didn’t know if [my] The building will collapse. ”
Nemeth survived with just a bruise on his shoulder – but the others were not as lucky.
According to Lebanese Health Minister Hamad Hasan, the explosion killed at least 154 people and injured 5,000.