Beirut blast survivor, Ayla Outa, suffered multiple injuries while driving when the explosion happened.
He said: "I'm lucky to be alive, I can't forget the explosion, the sound, the visuals in front of my eyes, wow.
I literally saw body parts of people thrown into the main road, people screaming, I saw a hand, I saw two legs.
I won't be able to recover if I stay in Lebanon."
Natalie Zaha, the mother of 7-year-old survivor Alexander, said he was playing in his front room when he got hit by the debris of the blast. Despite his mother being nearby, she was unhurt.
She said: "I just want to leave... This is what I really think.
We cannot live this. We cannot live this one more time. It's too much to handle, it's really too much."
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