Survivors Speak Out
On October 16, 2009, suicide bombers attacked the Special Investigation Unit of a police station meters away from a recently-established military post in the Peshawar neighborhood of Pakistan.
Fifteen people, including three policemen and a minor, were killed. Sayed Ali Shah, husband, father and Commander for the Capital City Police was one of 21 wounded. Sayed was at work barely 5 minutes before feeling the impact of the blast, but the effects of the bomb will remain with him for a lifetime.