One of the Afghans. Saw falling from a US Air Force plane. As he left Kabul, a report on Wednesday identified him as a 17-year-old boy – whose younger brother may have died trying desperately to flee the country.
The teen’s relatives described the horrific moment when they found his limp body on the ground after falling from a C-17 transport plane on Monday.
“Her legs and arms were gone. I brought it back myself, ”said a family member. Told Voice News.
The shop called the teenager and his 16-year-old brothers Raza and Kabir, but said he changed their names because they were minors, and to protect their families.
The two boys left home for the airport on Monday. During the Taliban occupationThe report said that after hearing a rumor that 20,000 people will move to Canada or the United States.
“Without telling anyone at home, he went to the airport with his personal identity,” a family member told Voice about Raza.
The brothers were reportedly among thousands of Afghans who chased and filmed. And crashed into a military plane. As he taxed the runway.
Horrific footage showed two men dying as they took off from the plane. U.S. officials say at least seven people were killed, two of them by U.S. forces, while a mob attacked a truck.
Relatives say Kabir is still missing, but they hope to find him – either dead or alive.
“We’re really worried we’ve lost two,” a family member told Voice. We have found the body of one of them, but the other is still missing.
“We hope he will be found dead or alive so that he can comfort our family,” the relative said of Kabir. “We are worried, and we went from one hospital to another, but we didn’t get any information.”
The family member added: “Her mother is devastated, she is passing by all the time.”
The eldest of eight siblings is part of a younger generation of Afghans who have never experienced the Taliban’s oppressive rule in the 1990s, the report said.
They were among those who feared losing their freedom after the fall of the Afghan government and the capture of an extremist group, such as being able to go to school or listen to music.
“Everyone is trying to escape,” said the family member. It is in fear of the Taliban, they are killing people.