The taxi driver contacted the police several hours after the Brussels terrorist attacks, after comparing the media's information about the suspected terrorists with the details of the suspicious men who had ridden in his cab to the airport.
In particular, he informed the police that his passengers brought more than three bags, something that was out of sync with CCTV footage.
This information enabled the police to track a third bomb at the Zaventem airport which never detonated, according to Derniere Heure.
In addition, the taxi driver informed the police of the whereabouts of a house in the municipality of Schaerbeek, where the suspected terrorists entered his car.
He told the police that he had refused to allow them to take more bags with them because there was not enough space inside the car.
During a subsequent search conducted by the police, a Daesh (ISIL/ISIS) flag as well as an explosive device containing nails and chemicals were found at the house, the newspaper said.
At least 34 people were killed and 230 more injured in a series of explosions that ripped through the Zaventem airport and Maalbeek metro station in Brussels at 8:00 A.M. local time on March 22. Daesh, an infamous terrorist group, has claimed responsibility for the attacks.