Following the terrorist attacks in Brussels on Tuesday morning, world leaders, companies, and celebrities flooded Twitter with signs of support. Hashtags such as #JeSuisBruxelles and #PrayForBelgium popped up in solidarity.
The attacks killed 34 people and wounded more than 200, according to media reports.
Many global PR firms took to the platform to let colleagues and members of the public know their staffers were OK.
Thank you 4 your thoughts&wishes! We are safe and sound. Our thoughts are with the victims&families affected! pic.twitter.com/xtSjkbew6Y— FleishmanHillardEU (@fleishmanEU) March 22, 2016
All of the team is safe and accounted for @HKBelgium— H+K Strategies BE (@HKBelgium) March 22, 2016
Be safe / be strong, Brussels. Colleagues accounted for but looks like a long day ahead. #BrusselsAirport— David Gallagher (@TBoneGallagher) March 22, 2016
World leaders from both sides of the Atlantic also expressed outrage at the attacks.
I strongly condemn these hateful attacks. Our thoughts go out to the victims and their families. We stand united against terrorism.— Charles Michel (@CharlesMichel) March 22, 2016
I have just spoken to the Belgian PM and offered our sympathies and condolences. We must stand with Belgium at this very difficult time.— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) March 22, 2016
Thoughts are with all in #Brussels, including those injured and killed, and first responders and security working to keep Brussels safe.— John Kerry (@JohnKerry) March 22, 2016
Transportation industry accounts, including the airport where one of the attacks took place, also spread information via the platform.
At this moment it is impossible to say when operations will be resumed. As soon as there's more info we'll keep you up-to-date.— Brussels Airport (@BrusselsAirport) March 22, 2016
Scores of celebrities showed solidarity with the victims of the attacks on Tuesday.
my heart goes out to all those in Brussels. praying for you. praying for the world. pic.twitter.com/cUgD67ssw7— Kendall Jenner (@KendallJenner) March 22, 2016
Our hearts today are full of grief, but tomorrow let them not be full of hate. That is what terror demands, and we … pic.twitter.com/yqpnbBkTbP— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) March 22, 2016