DULLES, Va. - Two flights from Paris landed at Dulles International Airport this evening, bringing with them survivors of a series of terrorist attacks that left at least 129 dead.
FOX 5's Alexandra Limon spoke with two women who were having dinner just a block and a half from the Bataclan theater, where at least 80 people were killed, when the massacre began.
The women said that the kindness of those around them stands out.
"I will say the one thing that comes out of it is you learn the kindness of people around you," said one of the women. "There was a gentleman sitting next to us who... started interpreting for us and told us we were okay and no one was attacking the restaurant."