Georgia woman says boyfriend missing since Brussels attacks

ATHENS, Ga. — A Georgia woman is desperate to hear from her boyfriend, who's been missing since the Brussels terror attacks.

"It’s been the worst days of my life," Emily Eisenman said.

Bart Migom, 21, texted his girlfriend Emily Eisenman on the way to the airport.

Eisenman told CNN the Belgian marketing student was on his way to Atlanta's airport to visit her in Athens.




"He did send me a message saying I'm on a train, you know, just excited to see me. And that was the last I heard of him."

The 21-year-old never arrived.

Now when she calls his phone, there is no answer.

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"These last two days have been something I never thought I would feel. I -- it's been the worst days of my life. I just -- I guess I didn't know how much one person can love another until you just don't know where they are at,” she said.

Eisenman said Migom's family has not heard from him either.

She sees his train got to the airport at 7:30 a.m.

His plane was supposed to take off at 10:30 a.m. but she thinks he never made it.

“I'm just hoping for a sign of some sort that he is OK,” Eisenman said.