Witnesses tell harrowing tales of surviving Paris attacks
The shocking attacks on Paris Friday night left at least 129 people dead. Now those survived are starting to speak out and share their stories of the tragic night.
In the video above, Charlotte Brehaut, who was dining at a restaurant when it was targeted, told the TODAY Show the attack "was so unfathomable it didn't seem real."
A Frenchman explains in the video below how his cell phone saved his life.
One of the men held hostage in the Bataclan theater spoke about the attackers, saying they only "had one goal — to kill."
Another survivor told the TODAY Show she feared for her life for 30 minutes.
A fan inside the stadium described the reaction of the crowd.
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