Four Americans have gone missing in Brussels since it faced terror attacks by Daesh Takfiri militants.
The families and friends of the four took to social media to call out for help.
Early on Tuesday, three coordinated nail bombings rocked EU’s de facto capital leaving at least 34 people dead.
Two of the explosions ripped through the international departure hall of the airport in Zaventem, near the American Airlines check-in desk and another near a coffee shop.
An hour after the airport bombings, another bomb went off at Maelbeek metro station, 10 kilometers away.
New York siblings Sascha (pictured below) and Alexander Pinczowski were at the airport at the time, telling their family that they had arrived safely when an explosion was heard and the line went dead.
“We are looking for Alexander Pinczowski and his sister Sascha. They are missing in the Brussels airport attack. Please contact if you have seen them or know about their whereabouts. Please share!!!” a friend wrote on Facebook.
The New York siblings, who both live in Manhattan, were in the departures area of the airport where a suicide attack took place.
An American couple has also gone missing after the deadly attacks.
Justin and Stephanie Shults, who live in the Belgian capital, have not been heard of ever since the bombing took place.
They had just dropped Stephanie’s mother, Carolyn Moore, at the airport when the attacks occurred.
While the mother is safe and sound, the two are missing and their names have not appeared on the list of the casualties.
Justin is a native of Tennessee but moved to Brussels with his Kentucky wife in June 2014.
Four Takfiris have been involved in the attacks, three of whom have died while one is still on the run.