We hear about them every day. Terrorist attacks, bombings, suicide attacks, etc. But while the description is usually scientifically horrific, what does it actually look like? What is it like to be there in the moment?
An embed photojournalist found himself caught up in a suicide bombing in Iraq on June 26th, where he was able to photograph the experience first-hand. He has posted some of his photos on his blog, giving you the opportunity (should you wish to take it) to view the aftermath through him. Caution: The photos are graphic, something you do not normally see on US TV.
Story courtesy of NPR’s On the Media.