As Beirut tries to recover from the explosion that blew up the Lebanese capital, with more than 4,000 injured and scores dead, video has emerged of the explosion in slow motion, showing the devastation wrought by what is believed to be 2,750 tons of highly explosive ammonium nitrate.

If you wish to donate, the Red Cross is already on the ground in Beirut.

‘More than 75 ambulances are providing aid and transporting the wounded to hospitals. On site, the Lebanese Red Cross is performing search and rescue, in addition to treating people suffering from injuries. Triage and first aid stations have been set up across the Beirut port. Patients with critical and non-critical needs are being treated.’

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