The Afghan interpreter who helped rescue President Biden from a remote Afghan valley in 2008 has been left behind after the last U.S. evacuation flight took off on Monday, according to a report.

Mohammed, going only by his first name for safety reasons, is hiding from the Taliban with his wife and four children after trying for years to get out of Afghanistan to no avail.

Mohammed, while working for the U.S. Army, had a key role in a story often repeated — and embellished — by Biden during his 2008 run for vice president.

As a senator, Biden was on board one of two Blackhawk helicopters that made an emergency landing in a blinding snowstorm, alongside then-Sens. John Kerry (D-MA), and Chuck Hagel (R-NE).

Mohammed is one of the thousands of SIV applicants left behind. There were 88,000 SIV applicants and as of last week, only 6,000 had gotten out.

Senators Chuck Hagel, John Kerry, and Joe Biden were rescued in Afghanistan in 2008 by Afghan Nat’l Mohammed who is now stranded in Afghanistan with his family.