A brother and sister from America have gone missing following the deadly terrorist attacks in Belgium, leaving family and friends desperately searching for information.
Sascha and Alexander Pinczowski were checking in at Brussels’ main airport when bombs went off, People reported.
"Alex is the sweetest person ever," Mark Lewis, a friend, told the publication. "After the explosion we haven't heard from them. We tried all hospitals with no luck. Their mom was the last to speak to them, but their call was cut off after the explosion."
On social media, friends and family of the siblings are asking for any help in locating them.
In all, 32 people were killed in the attacks. More than 250 others were injured.
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