-- Dozens of people were killed in the Belgian capital of Brussels on Tuesday morning, when at least three explosions were reported at the airport and a subway station.
Click on the interactive map below to see firsthand video taken by people located at both areas when the attacks occurred.
At least 14 people were killed in two explosions in the departure hall of Brussels Airport in Zaventem, Belgium, at about 8 a.m. local time today, according to Prime Minister Charles Michel.
There was also an explosion a little over an hour later on the rail tracks at the Maelbeek subway station, according to a spokeswoman for Brussels' transportation department. At least 20 people were killed there, officials said.
Upwards of 180 people were injured between both locations.
The terror group ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack, according to an ISIS-affiliated website.
A surveillance photo released hours after the attack showed three men whom Belgian authorities identified as possible suspects in the airport bombing.