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Sunday, 18 June 2017

Popular Brazilian singer gets involved in a car accident with her husband, onlookers livestream her dying

A very devastating incident occurred in Brazil on June 16. Eliza Clivia, the popular Brazilian singer, died following a car crash but what’s shocking about it is that no one tried to save her after the vehicle she was in got hit by a bus.
Eliza, 36, had been traveling with her drummer husband, Sérgio Ramos, when they got t-boned by the bus right in the centre of Aracaju, in the state of Sergipe, Brazil.
The singer, who gained international fame as the lead singer of the band Cavaleiros do Forró before she went solo four months ago, was planning a nationwide tour when she got in the accident. 

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 a finger to help but used their phones to broadcast it live. 

Sadly, Eliza didn’t make it. Her husband also died but the other three people suffered only minor injuries. Go here to watch the sad video.

19 comments:

Agbomen said...

Watch a video of some sick pple live streaming the death of another human being. No! May God forgive them. The World has become soo sick. It's scary.

Anonymous said...

Haba!!! What is this world turning into?? The useless time used in streaming this video cud hv been used in helping the victims and rushing them to a hospital. Am sure an ambulance ddnt get to that accident point on time yet these idiots have time live streaming people dying.So much disregard for life. I release sense to u all IJN

brofigga said...

Everyone that can be linked to the site of this disgusting scene should be arrested. All those people live streaming around that car should be behind bars already.

naijarsenal said...

These are what bloggers do promote all in the name to generate traffic.
Ill-effects of social media.
This is wickedness not just from an individual but an entire community.
Never believed Brazilians are this heartless.

chidiebere uma said...

Truth be told,it's wrong for someone involved in trauma to be moved by people that don't have medical knowledge. Such a person might have had spinal cord injury,moving him/her by inexperienced persons can lead to automatic partial/total paralysis or death. The right thing to do is to call the medics/ambulance. A society that has system that works,the ambulance should arrive in about 10mins

Anonymous said...

Very true. Live streaming a tragedy without making an effort to help should be listed as a crime soon Pls. This hurts a lot.

Akua Blaq said...

We have lost our sense of humanity! This is horrible horrible! God forgive us all!

Vivian Reginalds said...

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-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

Yes its true. You bare not supposed to move accident victims except there is a direct danger to them like the car is on fire Or they are in the middle of an express way. You are supposed to wait for an ambulance to come.

Anonymous said...

please shut tge fuck up.

Anonymous said...

How about her hair? Who took it?

Anonymous said...

You can go and pick it up from her grave, a humanbeing like you,is dead u are bordered about her hair

Monemi said...

Lord have mercy on us

Anonymous said...

The word is 'bothered'... and yes, don't you people just love dead hair? Doesn't matter if it's Pakistani, Indian, Ethiopian, Brazilian or even from Evans! You also shell out good money for it, so shut up and sit down

Anonymous said...

You shut up. Bush fowl! Chidiebere is right... it's not advisable to move someone involved in an accident if you are not a trained paramedic... can cause more harm than good. That's why you are big fool!

Rohanne Kulkan said...

Hmmm sick world indeed

Joseph Joe said...

something is wrong with this generation of ours, we are turning into heartless robots.

Agbomen said...

Anon14:51, are you serious??? You must be a clown!!! So you figure this is the right time to make jokes about the Brazilian weave. Na wa!!!

ary said...

The world cannot end soon enough

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