Accounts From a Philadelphian in Paris During Terrorist Attacks

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The investigation surrounding the terrorist attacks in Paris, France continues as attractions and businesses throughout the city begin to reopen.

More than 120 people were killed and 350 more injured in Friday's massacres that were allegedly carried out by ISIS.  In response, France has executed air-strikes on targets in the militant organization's stronghold in Raqqa, Syria.

Local attorney, Angela Giampolo also known as the Philly Gay Lawyer speaks with PHL17's Zachery Lashway and Jennifer Lewis-Hall from Paris, France about being there during the attacks.

Angela and her partner Kristina arrived in Paris on Friday just hours before the attacks.

Since then, the couple has had to change their plans due to heightened security and the abundance of attractions closed since the attacks.

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