It is unclear exactly what happened, and many people have made assumptions about the circumstances that resulted in the death of 22 young schoolchildren who were apparently going out for the night. There are many theories about what really happened in that tavern when the 22 students woke up dead the following morning.
The 22 teenage schoolchildren were allegedly celebrating their accomplishments on the night they went out for drinks and never returned home; their bodies were discovered at Enyobeni Tarven in Scenary Park, East London.
The owner apparently wanted to close, but they were unable to leave the premises because everyone had suddenly dropped to the ground and nobody could really explain what had happened. Many accusations were made, and some people believed there may have been a stampede, but it turned out that this was not the case.
You can realise that this is something that is true because the emergency services were actually summoned when some of them were discovered laying on top of the desks, and they confirmed the death of roughly 22 of them.
We don't really know what's going on, but it's been said that he used pepper spray or another substance to eject them, and she was acting in accordance with the time limit set for how much time is allowed for people to genuinely enjoy the night out.
He would want them to be gone because they were in such a celebratory mood that they didn't want to listen and, unfortunately, it killed all of them. There is a limit to these alcohol establishments and if that time passes, there are penalties that they can face.
Early this morning, as the parents of these youngsters were concerned about their whereabouts, the community members and customers of the Enyobeni Pub in Scenery Park began calling the police, metro, and ambulance to help them at the tavern. See people's reactions on the sad news.
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