Children often go all out to celebrate the end of each school term. But they couldn't have known that a wild night of drinking would end in tragedy. Many schoolchildren celebrated the end of the school year on Saturday by going out, but the night ended tragically for some students in the Eastern Cape.
Twenty-two individuals were killed in the ENYOBENI bar in London's East End. The police and emergency personnel are currently attending to the scene. The forensics team is already hard at work. During the early hours of Sunday morning, the awful scenario at Enyobeni Tavern in Scenery Park unfolded, with desperate texts asking police, metro, and ambulance aid. To date, authorities have been unable to determine what exactly led to the deaths. However, it is widely believed that the deceased were exposed to poison or that an occurrence caused a significant number of people to be injured and die in a stampede.
Twenty-two of the dead were discovered spread around the floor, various furniture, and other surfaces. There were no outward signs of trauma on the bodies. Parents and relatives outside the closed and barred bar called the police when they were unable to gain access. Parent after parent stood outside, calling for their children's names, but receiving no response. The children had passed away.
Multiple police cars and ambulances have arrived. At least 22 deaths have been reported to Dispatch so far. All signs point to the victims being young people who were partying after passing their final examinations.
If alcohol was "poisoned," it would be impossible because bottles are hermetically sealed before shipping.
To whom will we attribute responsibility for these massacres? Losing twenty-two people in one day is too much to bear. We trust that justice will be done and that the authorities will uncover the truth about what happened here. Peace be upon their souls.
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