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Uploaded on Oct 18, 2010
Tell me. What happened? In Spanish Yes. I came to cover the event and saw the two buildings burning above. I heard yelling, "run, run, run". And then I heard the explosion. I tried to take photos behind me whilst I fled. I ran as fast as I could. But not fast enough because I was only a hundred feet from the building. Parts of the building began falling around me. Fortunately all that fell on me was dirt and dust. I gave cover to a fallen firefighter. Then, when the second explosion occured, I was inside another building. The blast threw me some fifty feet. I was blown into a wall. Which is when I injured me knee. And what is your name? Bolivar Arellano. Photographer with the New York Post. Thank you very much Thanks -------------- Tell me what has happened, in Spanish Si. Ok. I came to meet (work) brother --- Yes. Ok. I Came to work brother Then I saw the 2 buildings on fire (burning) when you hear "Run run run run!" and EXPLOSION I looked back and scope (got) to take a picture of the explosion and ran but it was not enough because I was only about 30 meters from the building so that fell apart in the building next to me but on top of me was only what fell some 10 pounds of dirt I protected a firefighter this ... it was for the second explosion was inside a building but the force of the explosion as I shot about 20 meters and 20 feet and become trapped in a wall and that was when I hit the knee To what division you belong? Bolivar Arellano photographer for the New York Post Thanks Thanks bro