NC couple, 9-month-old son survive Brussels airport terror attacks

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LAKE WYLIE, N.C. — A Lake Wylie family was waiting in a departure check-in line Tuesday at the Brussels airport when a blast tore through it.

Bob and Martine Georges and their 9-month-old son, Vincent, were checking into their flight home after visiting family in Belgium when the attacks happened.

Bob Georges told The Herald they weren’t sure how close they were to the explosion but said they found out later CNN reported it exploded one row over from them.

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