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pneumatic wire stripperspneumatic wire stripperspneumatic wire stripperspneumatic wire strippers,Journalist describes "terrible" scene following Kabul attackJournalist and author Matthieu Aikins reported to the scene following the deadly events at Kabul international airport Thursday that killed more than 60 Afghans and 13 US service members."We were there less than an hour after the attack. I was at home and heard a pop, which you get kind of attuned to living in Kabul," he told CNN. "We hopped on the motorcycle, rode down, and it was a pretty chaotic scene."Aikins said he's been traveling to the airport daily since the fall of Kabul and sadly wasn't entirely surprised by the latest incident."We could hear shooting and sirens from the airport. At that point, we went back to the emergency hospital, and they were bringing the casualties in there. There was just body after body. It was a really terrible sight," Aikins said. "You have tens of thousands of people cramming in from every angle at the same time, this desperate pressure to get the American citizens and others out. So it was really truly a recipe for disaster."Watch the interview:"We could hear shooting and sirens from the airport," says journalist Matthieu Aikins of the scene of the attacks in Kabul."We went back to the emergency hospital, and they were bringing the casualties in there. There was just body after body. It was a really terrible sight." pic.twitter.com/dvneBAMkHN— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) August 27, 2021