EXCLUSIVE: How Ex-Liverpool defender Martin Kelly survived Paris terror attack

Agnibha Ghosh / 14 November 2015

Last evening, during the Paris attack, ex-Liverpool and current Crystal Palace defender Martin Kelly was in one of the two Paris restaurants where shots were fired.

He posted a picture last evening in his instagram account photograph of the restaurant with the caption “Found a decent little spot for tonight #paris #cafelaperle”

The restaurant pictured is at  five minutes walking distance from the terrorist attacks that took place in Paris last night.

Gunshots were fired in  two restaurants and at least two bomb explosions were heard near  Stade de France stadium, where France was playing Germany in a friendly football match.

Hundreds are probably killed in the terror attack. The social media was abuzz with prayers for the safety of Martin Kelly.

When the gunshots were fired and bomb explosions were heard people started screaming and running for their lives.

Surviving the initial horror and shock, Martin Kelly didn’t panick and hid at a relatively safe place.

Not only that, Kelly helped the police and helped the affected people. Here is the exclusive photograph:

Crystal Palace have confirmed that Martin Kelly is safe and well.

Crystal Palace have officially given this statement : ”We have been in contact with Martin Kelly tonight and can confirm he is safe and well.”

Kelly has played 33 matches for Liverpool and 39 matches for Crystal Palace. His injury-prone nature thwarted his Liverpool career.



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