State Department: Not all US citizens yet accounted for in Brussels

WASHINGTON - The US State Department is still working to account for all Americans who were on the ground in Brussels during Tuesday's blasts in the city, a spokesman said on Wednesday.
"A dozen or so" Americans were injured, State Department spokesman Mark Toner said in an interview on CNN, adding that he could not yet confirm any deaths of American citizens.
"Obviously it's a very fluid situation on the ground there," Toner said. "We're still getting information, we're still trying to seek out the whereabouts of American citizens."