A journalist injured in yesterday's Macau bomb attacks continued taking pictures despite thinking he had lost an arm. Wai Wai-ip, 38, from Macau's Wah Kiu Pao newspaper, arrived at the scene just two minutes before the second explosion. He was leaning over the car torn apart by the first blast taking pictures when the second bomb went off in a motorbike parked nearby. Speaking from Kiang Wu Hospital, he said: 'When the bomb when off, I thought I had lost my arm. When I looked I found a hole in the upper part of my arm and shoulder. I shouted 'Can anyone help me?'. 'I have reported on so many bombings in Macau in the past, but I never thought I would be wounded. I will be more careful in future.' Wai continued taking pictures until ATV cameraman Leung Kin-wa, 38, ushered him away. Leung suffered dozens of cuts. He said: 'I had already stopped my camera before the bomb went off. My mind was totally blank when it exploded. 'Then I started to roll the camera again because I had to shoot the pictures even though I was injured.' Leung has 10 years' experience as a cameraman in Macau. 'I knew it would happen sooner or later because reporting in Macau is dangerous,' he said. Wharf Cable cameraman Chan Weng-hon said: 'I don't feel scared at the moment and I feel very lucky that all the journalists were not more seriously injured. 'We were just five to six feet from where the second bomb went off.' Chan, 44, has more than 10 years' experience of working in Macau. He suffered head and arm injuries. Chai Pui-tong, 43, a reporter for the Macau Daily News, said: 'I felt I escaped death in the bombing. I felt very frightened when the second bomb went off.' All said they would not be deterred and said they believed the bombers were targeting the police, not them.