A survivor of the deadly Supernova music festival that claimed more than 260 lives says she barely made it out alive.
The music festival attack is believed to be the worst civilian massacre in Israeli history. More than 3500 festival goers were celebrating the Jewish holiday Sukkot when dozens of Hamas gunmen attacked.
Survivor Maya Parizer joined AM from her family home in Zichron Yaakov, Israel, and said she was doing “okay” but what she’s been through “is far from it”.
“Innocent people came to party and got slaughtered,” she said.
Parizer told AM she “barely survived” the festival and spent a day in a shelter while the devastation unfolded.
“[I was] praying for my life, and only after a day, I was only able to fled (sic) my way back to the centre of the north,” Parizer said.
“I have so many friends, people my age 24 to 28 just going to party. Imagine going to Tomorrowland and not coming back from it.
“I can’t even begin to describe what happened there.”
Watch the interview above for more.