The descriptions from witnesses describe scenes from a horror movie of "dismembered bodies everywhere," stating it looked like an "apacolypse," as blood soaked survivors ran for their lives.
Fearing the attacks may not be over, AFP reports Belgium has tightened security at their nuclear plants with a heavy police and military presense, specifically pointing out that "In February, investigators probing the Paris attacks found video footage of a senior Belgian nuclear official at the property of a key suspect."
According to Sky News, the Belgian news agency Belga reported that "Shots were fired and Arabic shouted before the two airport bomb blasts."
The Daily Mail reports that two suspects were arrested a mile from the Maelbeek metro station at around 11am as hundreds of troops and police flooded the streets.
The image above is being used by the Belgian media who claim this is the damage caused by the bomb at the Maelbeek Metro station in central Brussels this morning. It has not been verified by the authorities but is being widely circulated on social media.