Belgian Camera Crew Assaulted, Forced to Flee While Filming Migrant No-Go Zone Segment (Video)
A Belgian television crew was attacked on Sunday morning while filming at the Gare du Nord station in a reported no-go zone.
The migrants hurled rocks at the reporters. One man charged the television crew and assaulted the reporters who were force to flee.
One violent migrant tried to run off with the reporters’ equipment.
Gare de Bruxelles-Nord : épidémies de gale, de tuberculose et de paludisme chez les migrants.
Une équipe de RTL a été agressée, le journaliste et son caméraman ont été obligés de fuir. pic.twitter.com/wT8SUCK9Fh
— Alex (@AlexLeroy90) May 6, 2019
A television crew working for Belgian broadcaster RTL was attacked by migrants at the Gare du Nord station in Brussels while they were filming an investigation on the refusal of bus drivers in the city to stop at the ‘rapidly deteriorating’ location.
The television crew were attacked on Sunday morning while the crew were trying to interview a bus driver and filming a bus belonging to the De Lijn company following a refusal of drivers to serve the major capital-city transport interchange with their vehicles.