A powerful explosion rocked the Lebanese capital on Tuesday, causing widespread destruction and loss of life. At least 100 people were killed in the blast and more than 4,000 other people were injured, according to the Associated Press. As the dust settled around the port of Beirut, the photographer captured the explosion site believed to be, a city now in ruins and broken glass covered. The explosion was so strong that it overturned cars, damaged buildings and buried the AP. The cause of the explosion is still unknown, but the head of Lebanese General Security, Abbas Ibrahim, said it could be confiscated explosive material that was stored in the port, the AP. The loud explosion has rocked a country that already serious bling with a prolonged economic crisis and the 19-COVID pandemic. The AP reported that the Beirut hospitals were quickly overwhelmed. graphic content may be disturbing to some readers.