An Afghan man who assisted the United States for the past decade told Fox News on Friday that he is resigned to being left behind in the country and killed.
Speaking on “America’s Newsroom” under the pseudonym “Carl,” the man first explained to cohosts Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino what it was like to have witnessed the explosion at the international airport in Kabul on Thursday, in which at least 13 U.S. service members were killed.
“There was like thousands [and] thousands of people over there, and I was pushing everyone away so I could reach [unintelligible] … when the explosion happened, so everybody started running … and I was pushing … toward the explosion because I knew that there would be casualties,” he said.
“There was a woman, she was crying, and there was a baby that was lying on the ground, so I went for her. I grabbed her and put her on my shoulder. I run back to the vehicle. I put her in the vehicle. I tried