US State Department spokesman: explosion in Lebanon killed at least one American

On August 6, according to ABC 6, a violent explosion occurred in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, killing more than 100 people. A state Department spokesman said at least one American citizen was killed and several others were injured. < / P > < p > on the evening of the 4th local time, a violent explosion occurred in Beirut port area. ABC News learned from a U.S. State Department spokesman that at least one American citizen was killed and several others were injured. At present, citizens of many countries have been injured and killed in the explosion. Earlier, Australian Prime Minister Morrison said an Australian citizen had been killed. According to the Philippine Embassy in Lebanon, at least two Filipinos were killed and six others were injured in the explosion. According to the Japanese Embassy in Lebanon, a Japanese was slightly injured by glass fragments in the explosion.