War Photographer Managed To Document Westgate Mall Attack As It Happened, Says He's "Never Seen Such Harsh Murder"
When the terrorist attack at Westgate Mall in Kenya broke out on Sunday, New York Times photographer Tyler Hicks, who happened to be in Nairobi, ran in and started taking pictures. He describes on Twitter what he saw. WARNING: Graphic images.
This is Tyler Hicks. He's photographed wars and conflict in Kosovo, Chechnya, Congo, Ethiopia, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Iraq and Afghanistan. He happened to be nearby the Westgate Mall in Kenya when terrorists attacked on Sunday, killing at least 65 people.
Journalist and host of NBC's "Meet The Press" interviewed Hicks on Twitter today and asked him to recount what he saw in the mall that day.
Hicks tweeted that of all the images he captured at Westgate, this photo stands out the most.
On risking his life to document the Westgate attack.