LONDON — Brussels residents who live near metro stations and airports are opening their doors to people in need of shelter following the attacks that rocked Brussels on Tuesday morning.
People are using the hashtags #PorteOuverte (open door), #ikwilhelpen (I want to help), #OpenHouse and #BrusselsWelcome to invite people who are stranded into their homes. People are also offering spare bedrooms to those who are affected by flight cancellations.
“I live near Brussels Plasky/Meiser, very close to the Diamant stop. I can welcome people who are stuck outside,” reads one tweet. Read more…