I really think you have to go to stupid school to learn to be this fucking stupid.
One comment by a person who was there said that water poured from the ceiling for 25 minutes before the whole thing collapsed. There was no evacuation at all. Instead, Filipino imbeciles hung around to take selfies and video for facebook.
And mark my words. Nobody at Ayala Center will be man enough to stand up and take responsibility. This was obviously a disaster that took a long time of maintenance negligence to happen. There will be blame passing, lame excuses, and nobody will be held accountable for anything.
Great job Philippines. You’ve shown the world once again just how fucking unbelievably STUPID you are.
Emergency responders in Cebu City were prevented from entering the local Ayala Center mall to give aid to those injured when the ceiling of a movie theater there collapsed, GMA News’ early evening newscast, “24 Oras”, reported Tuesday evening.Nine people were injured in the incident Monday evening, the mall’s management said in a statement to news media on Tuesday.The “24 Oras” report said the mall’s tight security kept the emergency responders outside the mall where they waited for the injured to be brought out.Ayala Center Cebu said their own emergency brigade “immediately responded” to the incident.
More from: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/505042/news/regions/tight-security-kept-responders-from-scene-of-ayala-ceiling-collapse
And another article:
The chief executive officer of the company whose executives, employees and clients were trapped in the Ayala Center Cebu movie house last Monday said the mall’s security personnel were “incompetent” in their response to the theater’s ceiling collapse.
Mark Evans, CEO of Dreamscape Networks, slammed the mall’s security in a statement he issued on Thursday.
“I cried out for help from the Ayala Security staff, who had run away from the scene and were too scared to enter the cinema. I called out to them to help us, but they hid in the exit laneway, and didn’t offer any help,” Evans said.
He recalled that he “was shouting for them to get the cutters, so we could cut the steel and start removing portions of the ceiling, but they looked at each other dumbfounded.”
Evans said it took 25 minutes for the emergency staff to arrive at the scene and another hour to bring a cutting tool.
“The total incompetence from the Ayala Staff and emergency services made it clear there were no evacuation or disaster procedures in place,” he added.
The Dreamscape CEO said two mall officers turned up after the theater was cleared out, but he said the two “had nothing valuable to say” as they “barely said a word” while their staff actively stopped people from taking videos and photos.
“They made no apology, and had no consideration for what had happened,” Evans said.
Ayala Center Cebu said on Tuesday that their own emergency team responded to the ceiling collapse incident in Cinema 5 of the mall.
It was the mall management who said there were nine people injured in the incident.
“The mall’s Emergency Brigade Team had immediately responded to clear the area and those affected were immediately given medical care. In total, there were nine wounded persons, five of whom are now in the hospital and await medical clearance,” Ayala Center Cebu said.
An Ayala Center Cebu spokesperson said they will have their own investigation on the ceiling collapse incident.
More from: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/506546/news/regions/it-firm-in-theater-ceiling-collapse-slams-ayala-center-cebu-for-incompetence