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  • #853715

    xileffilex
    Participant

    CBC sent their big hitter Susan Ormiston to the Armley cross roads.
    from about 1.16

    “People want to know what actually happened here and who will pay…”

    Well, dear Susan, nothing. It was staged. And it’s paid for by the ordinary taxpayer.
    I guess they’ll also be paying for a permanent memorial.

    One wonders whether this incendiary [not!] tweet was part of the psy-op –

    a nice little left-right/liberal-conservative one-two puppet show serving to prop up the official narrative.

    Cue outrage.

    #854404

    ab
    Keymaster

    Using Chinese vicsims makes it easy to fake – who’s going to question any of these sims?
    https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2018/06/05/man-dies-in-hospital-after-tour-bus-crash-on-hwy-401-near-brockville.html

    Provincial police say one of the people injured in a tour bus crash in eastern Ontario on Monday has died.

    They say the victim was a 54-year-old Chinese man.
    Officers say a bus carrying 37 people — the driver, a tour guide and 35 Chinese tourists — drove off Hwy. 401 between Brockville and Prescott and hit a rock cut at the side of the road.

    Police say 24 people were injured in the crash, four of whom remain in hospital in serious, life-threatening condition.

    A truck driver who passed the scene of the crash said he could see passengers standing outside the bus who appeared to have facial injuries.

    A manager at the Massachusetts-based Union Tour Express company said Monday he was aware one of their buses was involved in the collision but could not provide any further information about the incident.

    #854405

    xileffilex
    Participant

    Great bus crash, Ab. All the usual hallmarks – Air ambulances, the big crane,
    Major bus crash on Hwy 401 leaves dozens injured, some critically
    a transparent mass casualty drill script recited by Dr Bhaskar Gopalan,
    and….
    the man’s loved ones can also request not to have his identity made public i.e. a hoaxers’ charter. Just tell us how many people “died”.

    The crisis actors may be seen below seems like they don’t really need those crutches as they get on the replacement bus, and they didn’t want too much publicity for their moulage and fake wounds…
    At the Best Western Hotel, passengers involved in bus crash declined interviews [what, not even with Mandarin translators on hand, as noted in the media?]

    Steering – the mayor of Prescott calls for widening of the freeway after the crash.

    Visit from Chinese diplomat, Trudeau style – check

    The bus company Union Tour Express, is based in Peabody Massachusetts, specialising in Chinese tourism to America, manager Adrian Liang.

    #854406

    xileffilex
    Participant

    The Hwy 401 crash looks like a re-run of the Coquihalla “Super Vacation” 2014 bus crash drill in BC which also involved mainly visiting Chinese tourists
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/coquihalla-bus-crash-not-caused-by-speeding-says-rcmp-1.2750678

    check out the smiling RCMP policewoman in the video- she knows it’s a hoax
    http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2502227679/

    18 ambulances, 6 helicopters…. disaster drilling at its finest
    https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/rcmp-using-dash-cam-footage-to-probe-bus-crash-1.1982397

    #854421

    ab
    Keymaster

    More amusing vicsim names in the vein of the SanFran air crash comedy.

    Third passenger dies in Prescott, Ont., bus crash

    Provincial police say a third passenger injured in a bus crash in eastern Ontario on Monday has died.

    The passenger is identified as 60-year-old Chinese woman Weiping Lu.

    Two other people injured in the crash remain in hospital with life-threatening injuries, but police say they have improved and are now in stable condition.

    #854618

    xileffilex
    Participant

    A real gem of a crash right outside a brand new haulage depot in the middle of nowhere [rather like northern Saskatchewan!] in Eastern England

    Two off to new lives, the driver and a passenger making the absurd weekly return journey from Kettering to Kings Lynn by bus [suuuure]
    A very easily sealed off area, no residental units nearby

    Early morning 7.30 am – check
    Blocking vehicles – check

    A good drill turnout –
    The East of England Ambulance Service sent seven ambulance crews, three ambulance officers, two rapid response vehicles, and a Hazardous Area Response Team to the scene on Tuesday morning.

    A Bretts spokesman said: “At this stage we are giving the emergency services our full support and co-operation.”
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-44612842
    Thanks for providing the truck and semi trailer!

    Bus driver Michael Elcombe, 45, of Cley Road in Swaffham, ****
    Norfolk, died when the vehicle he was driving was involved in a collision with a HGV at about 7.30am.
    Brian Chapman, 76, of Cherry Road in Kettering ***, was a passenger on the bus. He died at the scene.

    Funny, the bus driver was in his 50s when first reported.

    As usual, the bus has been prepped for the cameras by the fire crews and their cutting equipment. Nice work.

    ***The pensioner, who was known for his collection and love of teddy bears, previously worked at the Royal Mail.
    source
    ****Mr Elcombe worked for First Buses in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, and lived with his wife Sonia, a care assistant, in Swaffham, Norfolk.
    His colleague Jonny Whitaker paid tribute to him on Facebook , saying: “Thinking about the driver and family of today’s fatal bus crash in Guyhirn.

    “He was a true gentleman and such a kind character. RIP.”

    Julie Hitchcock said: “Such sad news mate, he was a lovely chap

    https://www.facebook.com/sonia.elcombe

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