'Today I saw doomsday'
Kabul airport attack: 'Today I saw doomsday'
Survivors have spoken of their horror after twin blasts hit crowds of people awaiting evacuation outside Kabul's airport on Thursday. Most witnesses have not been named for their own safety.
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'I saw doomsday'
One Afghan, who previously worked with an international development group and who holds a US visa, was among the thousands of people who had been waiting outside Kabul's airport for hours when the explosion struck.
"It was as if someone pulled the ground from under my feet. For a moment I thought my eardrums were blasted and I lost my sense of hearing," he told Reuters news agency.
"I saw bodies and body parts flying in the air like a tornado taking plastic bags... into the air. I saw bodies, body parts, elderly and injured men, women and children scattered in the blast site.
"It is not possible to see doomsday in this life, but today I saw doomsday, I witnessed it with my own eyes."
Previously, he said, police and security forces would work to clear the scenes of attacks, but in the aftermath of Thursday's bombing "there was no-one to handle the issue and move the bodies and the wounded to hospital or take them out of sight of the public".
Other witnesses spoke of the chaos at the scene after the initial blast.
"When people heard the explosion, there was total panic," a man named Milad, who had been waiting outside the airport with his wife and three children, told the AFP news agency.
"The Taliban then started firing in the air to disperse the crowd. I saw a man rushing with an injured baby in his hands."
"I will never, ever want to go (to the airport) again. Death to America, its evacuation and visas," he said.
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