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Ǣ: vorapoap 10-10-2008, 18:41
The Moment of Her Death

This is what I wrote down from what I heard from the first-aid volunteer interview section on the Manager Radio. 97.75Mhz/98.25Mhz (may not be 100% exactly the same, but the key story is all here) I hope some newspaper will publish the transcript so I can do a more accurate version.

    It was getting late in the evening and getting dark. She, her mother, and her sister and other PADs were walking back from parliament as suggest by a leader. And right then, police started firing at them in many sets. In each set, 1 shot to the sky, the other 2 targeted at the crowd. Tear gas were all around. I saw her mother laying down covering a body on the ground. He noticed that for a while, not sure whether they were death or alive. A while later, her mother move her head up looking for help. I quickly went in. Her mom said "My finger is gone, but I am ok. Please help my daughter", so I tried to carry her from underneath her body. My eyes couldn't see well, but I found out right then that her chest was gone. So I told her mom to let go and move away. I took her outside the killing area and decided to get back with a mini truck to get her body.

    On the truck, I noticed police are all around the body. And the police started to hit and shake a truck. A driver had to run out, a while later.. We noticed a charity mini truck took her body away... not sure where the body was taken. Feeling worried, I know that her mom had to find her daughter's body

The other story from the last person who talked with her while she was still alive.

I am ok, I can take care of myself, please help her first[/b]"]    All tear gas were around. Lots of people in the area.. I knew that I needed to go in to move them out of the area, but I didn't know which one to help first. The old woman was also close to us. That is when she talked to me. "I am ok, I can take care of myself, please help her first" (http://All tear gas were around. Lots of people in the area.. I knew that I needed to go in to move them out of the area, but I didn't know which one to help first. The old woman was also close to us. That is when she talked to me. "[b)

I think that is her last word.
Please help spreading this story to the rest of the world

The Moment of Her Death (http://pad.vfly.net/en/232/honor-you-war-heroine/)