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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Onlookers Live Stream Car Crash And Ignore Popular Singer To Die

Onlookers at the scene of a fatal car crash involving popular Brazilian singer, Eliza Clivia, reportedly ignored her to die while they live-streamed her agony.


The incident which occurred at Aracaju, in the state of Sergip, Brazil, during the weekend left Clivia and her drummer husband – SΓ©rgio Ramos dead after their vehicle got hit by a bus.


The singer, who gained international fame as the lead singer of the band Cavaleiros do ForrΓ³ before she went solo four months ago, had been planning a nationwide tour.


She was scheduled to perform on that same Friday night in Aracaju and was on her way with, not only her husband, but also with three members of her touring team when they got hit.



As the occupants of the car cried out in pain, onlookers did not move to help but used their phones to broadcast the accident live.
From dailypost



*The Video to this story is so horrible......


26 comments:

  1. So No b on lagos dis thing dey

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    1. @Beande... You talk my mind

      I wan say so, no be only Nigeria e dey happen



      @Galore

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  2. Sadly, my curiosity got the better of me and I watched it, I just don't understand why everybody has suddenly gone MAD! I'm pained, i'm angry, can't even even begin to imagine people in this world come 2020, tried to and I got instant headache.
    #SocialMediaImereAru!

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  3. RIP to the Dead.
    They are in a better place now.

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  4. We're in the last days indeed. The hearts of many have grown so cold and wicked.

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  5. So the madness is everywhere, it is well.

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  6. Oh God! This happens in Nigeria too. Videoing accidents instead of helping the victim.

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  7. In a system that works paramedics or ambulance should arrive within 10. Moving the victims might cause more harms than good to the victim especially if spinal cord is broken or dislocation of any body part. Only trained and experience paramedics should rescue except in the case where except there is a direct danger to the victim like the car is on fire or gasoline linking Or they are in the middle of an express way so they don't cause more accident. You are supposed to wait for arrival of an ambulance

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    1. You dey watch too much Hollywood movies

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  8. Inhumanity of man. They prefer to watch her suffer than help just soo may be the can be the first to post on social media.

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  9. Man is gradually losing it's humanity

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  10. This is real madness, to even think that adults are now the one exhibiting child-like character is so shocking.

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  11. Stella in ivorycoast. There's a Law which says, "you have no right to touch an accident victim".

    The day my students told me, I just opened my mouth yakata.. I told them its a lie, that, the first aid given to an accident victim may go a long way to save the victim's life.
    They said no ooo.. That that's Nigeria, that they don't dare touch the victim. They'd rather call the ambulance to come pick the body, even if its 30mins or one hour.

    Luckily for me one day, I was coming from adjame, I saw some people gather round a woman who was knocked down by a car. Nobody touched her, everybody just stood there, waiting for an ambulance. I just SMH and prayed the ambulance comes on time..

    I am not saying what those people of Brazil did is right ooo..

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    1. You're right. I already commented below. Onlookers werent filming without good reason. They were most likely abiding by the law.

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  12. Stella, i watched the video. Truth is in many countries you dont touch an accidented victim. You wait for the rescue operations to come and do it. When I was in England, i went for a training where i as told if someone falls on your watch, bad as it may you call emergency services and don't help them up. This is because in that sudden moving and handling, some people are put at even more risk than the fall /accident.
    In 2003, my older cousin's hubby was in an accident here in Nigeria. They tried to 'help' in come out of the car cos he was on the dented sis. In the process They broke his spine. My cousin whose a foreign trained nurse kept shouting over the phone that they shouldn't try to pull him and wait for him to regain his strength and wriggle his way out. But in their ignorance they didnt hear. Dude became paralysed from his thoracic vertebra down. Never walked again and died 10 years later. And he said he felt a 'click' as they were pulling him out of the dented car. Out he came, and didn't feel his legs.

    In a real situation, those who pulled him would be taken to court for going against the law. Because he can attribute his paralysis to them and they will be tried. And this is what happens in alot of accident situations.

    So onlookers weren't bad, i am certain they didn't touch them for a reason. And most likely dialled emergency services to come do their job as they stood waiting. It's really sad though and a painfully tough decision.

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    1. The sad thing is that in Nigeria,even the emergency services are not trained and move the injured people anyhow causing more damage in the process.

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    2. @Anon 22:57- do we even have them? Biko leave matter. The road is far.

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    3. I can't help you but I can film your pain/agony???????v
      What happened to talking to them? Telling them they'll be fine, that help is on the way????

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  13. Nd u constantly ve relatable stories 😩😩

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    1. Why not use your ID? Ignorant frog. That's how you people won't learn and go on to kill someone tommorow.

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  14. Oh no! Social media gone wrong😭😭

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  15. RIP to the woman and her husband. May God comfort all Amen.

    Na wa for this wicked world we are in

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  16. But the anon no call your name@chikito, so you even know yourself, hahahhahahah, I thought you were done telling stories. Idi pathetic nnem

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