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Savior in air attack continues to film to capture the horror in Syria & # 39; s Idlib

Savior in air attack continues to film to capture the horror in Syria & # 39; s Idlib

The 22-year old citizen journalist and savior of the volunteer group White Helmets snapped photos of a leveled potato chip factory in Khan Sheikhoun on Friday while his friends and colleagues were cleaning the flames.

Suddenly a new explosion hit. This time Diab became a victim, but he kept his camera rolling.

The dramatic images that the White Helmets have given to CNN show that Diab is heavily bleeding, unable to stand, screaming for help.

"Boys, boys, please come with me", he calls to his co-workers, the video shows. "I can not move."

Several other men try to bring him to safety, but without a stretcher they are forced to drag him out, while his bloody legs walk through the dusty debris.

"I know you, I know you! My dear Anas!" says one of Diab's friends as he hurries to help him.

Anas al-Diab, a 22-year-old citizen journalist and savior of the White Helmen volunteer group in Syria.

Then the whoosh comes from an airplane, another bomb lands and the men are pinned to the ground. One seizes his radio and asks for a back-up.

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