Shockwaves from Serendra: ‘I actually cried’

Rappler.com
Netizens tweet images of the explosion site in Serendra, Taguig. 'I actually cried after,' an eyewitness says.

MANILA, Philippines – She thought Friday, May 31, was a laid-back evening with friends – until a strong explosion happened.

The blast shocked Floi Pablo, who was 30 meters away from the explosion site. “I actually cried after,” Pablo told Rappler in a phone interview. (Read: Blast in Serendra; 3 killed, 4 injured)

Watch the phone interview below:

What distressed her more, according to Pablo, was seeing two people walking out of Serendra – and bleeding. She said an ambulance picked up the injured.

Pablo, however, said: “It was impressive how everyone reacted. There was no chaos after the exlosion. In a few minutes, people started walking toward the direction of the explosion.”

In a phone patch interview, Rappler’s Michael Josh Villanueva also reported initial information from Serendra. Watch his live report below:

Netizens tweeted images of the explosion site, including photos of injured people and damaged properties. (See more in the slide show below.)

– with reports from Voltaire Tupaz and Michael Josh Villanueva/Rappler.com


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