Transcript for Massive Beirut blast captured on camera
We turn now to ABC's Kyra Phillips who's in Washington with the latest headlines. And good afternoon, Amy. We begin here today with the tragic and surreal devastation in Beirut, that incredible blast captured on camera as you can see a priest running for his life during the mass there. At least 100 people killed and 4,000 injured. The aftermath described as more than a catastrophe, that cause has not yet been determined. We can tell you investigators are digging into whether those explosions were accidents or intentionally triggered. If you're looking for disinfectant wipes, you'll probably come up empty handed for a while our Rebecca Jarvis said the company's CEO predicts that those soldout wipes won't be back into next year. Lysol wipes also sold out at retailers. To the empty stands at the Indianapolis 500. They announced the big race this summer will take place without fans, given the cases and positivity rates that are just accelerating there. And Amy, 2020 actually becomes the first time in the race's 109-year history that fans won't be able to be in those grandstands to watch it live. Those drivers will have to take to that track, that lonely track August 23rd. Big bummer. But people will be cheering loudly from the safety and comfort of their couches. Through you go. Now to Philadelphia,
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