Cuomo, “We will be there for Brussels”

NEW YORK – Early yesterday, three bombs exploded in Brussels, Belgium killing thirty-one and injuring over 200, according to recent reports from Reuters. Sources say, two of the bombs were suicide detonations at the airport and one in a subway station. In response to the attacks, Gov. Cuomo stated, “It is an international plague and we want our brothers and sisters in Brussels to know that we stand with them.” He went on to insure New Yorkers that the state is “redoubling” its efforts at state airports, bus and train terminals. Gov. Cuomo stressed that he wanted the people of Brussels to know that as “the world came together for us after 9/11, we will never forget, we will always appreciate and we will be there for Brussels.” WRCR reminds listeners as you go about your day today, if you see something say something.

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