Geraldo Rivera's Daughter Survives Paris Attacks, Calls Dad on Live TV (Video)
Geraldo Rivera‘s 21-year-old daughter Simone was one of the thousands of people inside Stade de France on Friday night (November 13) during the Paris terror attacks and now she’s opening up about her experience.
The Fox News personality went live on the air after finding out that his daughter made it out safely and later had her call in to give her first-hand account.
“Before halftime, we all heard a very loud kind of explosion sound but no one seems to make any, like seem worried about it or anything except for the fellow New Yorkers by my side but we just brushed it off as nothing,” Simone said. “And then at halftime, we went to get food and…they wouldn’t let anyone leave the stadium at that point and they weren’t telling us anything and they just had a bunch of ambulances and people in uniform starting to look very nervous… Then we heard two more explosive sounds. But again, no one expressed any concern.”
“No one was telling us what to do,” she added. “They were just herding us like sheep and we were all freaking out and then there was one point where we started to break away and there’s this swarm of people running at us and we just all start running in this direction, not knowing where to go and then all the police officers were there with their guns ready.”
Geraldo Rivera’s Daughter Talks About the Paris Terror Attacks
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