On the morning of March 22nd, 2016, Brussels was hit with the deadliest act of terrorism in its history. Three bombs, two at the airport and one in the metro station, killed 32 civilians and left hundreds injured.
As soon as I heard about the bombing I rushed to Maelbeek station.
I saw the dismay in people’s faces and the horror of victims being evacuated.
Documenting the aftermath of the bombs was powerful and tragic, but it didn’t capture the resiliency of the city’s people.