'I couldn't see anything'

Bus bombing victim recounts the horrific attack to Arutz Sheva.

Eliran Aharon ,

Michael Chasin
Michael Chasin
Hezki Baruch

Michael Chasin was returning from a krav maga session Monday when a bomb exploded aboard the #12 bus in Jerusalem. 

Chasin suffered injuries to his hand, leg, and ear, and is currently listed in light to moderate condition at the capital's Sha'arei Tzedek Medical Center. 

"I sat in the back row," he recounted to Arutz Sheva. "After two stops, there was an explosion and I couldn't see anything. I ran out of the bus and sat down on the sidewalk." 

"I had a phone in my hand and the battery exploded," he added, noting that this is how his hand was injured. "I also have shrapnel in my foot and holes in my ears." 

Chasin was one of 16 people injured in the attack, which police confirmed was a terror attack late Monday night. 



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