Joshua Ngao, a Kenyan native, is in touch with loved ones still there.
It was horrific terror attack in Kenya as Al Qaeda-linked militants stormed an upscale shopping mall.
More than 60 people have been killed and dozens are injured, including five Americans, according to the State Department.
The FBI is looking into claims by the Al-Shabaab terrorist group that American citizens were involved in the attack, but those claims have not been confirmed.
Those who survived describe the horrific experiences, and a Kenyan native tells us he has been keeping in touch with loved ones still there.
"I know many people who are in hospitals right now, who are wounded," said Joshua Ngao. "I've been trying to ask how everything is going. It's very scary, when you know the place, you know the people, and you know some of the people who have been involved."
The Kenyan military announced on Twitter that three "terrorists" have been killed but more than 10 Kenyan defense force soldiers are reported injured.