greeney2 wrote:You like to make up a bunch of baloney from what you think happened looking at pictures. First her foot us under the lowest row of twisted wire, and the fence would easily lifted up and over anyone near it. What do you imagine they did when they lifted and moved the fence. They moved the fence to gain access from the street to the emergency vehicles, it was a no brainer, in fact I remember hearing that is what they did, and they said so. It was a concenceous of the first responders working together, to get the fence out of the way to make passage to the street. Anything else you want to make up for everyone?
1. The falling fence would hurt people under neath, that's common sense. Ordinary people wouldn't do it in Carlos way.
2. Sure to move away the fence would be convienient for emergencyt vehicles to help. But as a person in such a condition, the first thought should be to help the injuries, (like other people were doing then) not to tear down the fence. It likely would have be done by the emergency vehicle people or the field command team (as I alleged, there was a field command team in nearby building). Carlos seems to do so under an order. No emergency vehicle at the scene when he was tearing the fence.