A senior U.S. Defense Department official and member of the U.S. intelligence community said there were no indications the massive explosion that erupted on Tuesday evening in Lebanon’s capital was the result of an attack.
Two children, three adults dead in intentionally set fire.
An official with the Lebanese Red Cross said at least 100 people were killed and more than 4,000 were wounded.
More than 70 people were killed and 3,000 injured, with bodies buried in the rubble, officials said.
Widespread destruction in central Beirut.
Forecasters said tornadoes were possible, rainfall would remain a major concern and trees could fall, causing power outages as Isaias moves north along the mid-Atlantic and New England coastline.
At least one person was flown to a hospital in Idaho Falls.
The 26-ton, tank-like craft took on water and quickly sank in hundreds of feet of water — too deep for divers.
Recovery operations are currently underway and initial notifications are still being made.
The accident happened Thursday, and search and rescue efforts were underway Friday.