Transcript for Deadly Raid in Belgium When Police Storm Alleged Terror Cell
Good evening. We begin tonight with a dramatic terror authorities taking down an imminent attack. This time in Belgium. This was the raid. You can hear the shouting, the gunfire, and the blaze as they moved in. We have a team on the ground there. And here at home this evening, an ABC news exclusive. That white car pulling up. The black SUV in a quarry in West Virginia. A terrorist pulling explosives possibly from that trunk. More on that in a moment. But first, Alex Marquardt is in Belgium. Reporter: As night fell, dozens of gunshots, desce descended on this building in verviers. And trying to serve warrants to terror suspects that had recently returned from Syria. Certain suspects immediately opened fire with weapons at special forces of the police. Reporter: By the end, two suspects were dead. A third, arrested. That assault, one of at least ten operations across Belgium tonight. Authorities say they were preparing to carry out major attacks. And Brussels is on high alert. Authorities tonight raising the terror alert level to its second highest for building like here at the justice ministry. This tiny country, now fertile ground for breeding jihadists. The certain now, they're coming home. Authorities say there's no known link between the terror cells in Belgium and France. But that's the worry. Highlighting the growing fear that this is just the beginning of a new wave of terror. David? Alex, thank you. Here at home, we're learning more at this hour about the
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