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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Dr Israa Seblani was posing for her bridal photographs when Tuesday’s blast ripped through Beirut

Aug 5, 2020

August 5, 2020

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Dr Israa Seblani was posing for her bridal photographs when Tuesday’s blast ripped through Beirut. She was stood near the downtown Le Gray Hotel wedding venue in the historic Saifi Village area, when the shockwave pulsed through the narrow street.

Her bouquet placed on the bottom of her veil, the wedding videographer's camera pans down to it when the explosion can be heard in the background. The bouquet and the bottom of her dress are blown away in the aftermath that sees damage to buildings.

The square that was moments before filled with smiling faces is smoke-filled. The bride is quickly led away towards a building.

Officials said the toll was expected to rise after Tuesday's blast at port warehouses that stored highly explosive material.

The blast was the most powerful ever to rip through Beirut, a city still scarred by civil war three decades ago and reeling from an economic meltdown and a surge in the coronavirus infections.

Updated: August 5, 2020 06:32 PM

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