November 16th, 2015
Moving stories of victims and survivors of the Paris attacks emerge
In the wake of the Paris terror attacks that killed 129 people, including at least one American, poignant stories of both victims and survivors are beginning to emerge. A fan at the Eagles of Death Metal concert credits being in the front row near an exit for his survival; another survivor says that the attackers killed anyone whose phone rang as loved ones may have been attempting to check on them. Meanwhile, vigils are being held for those who perished. TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie reports.