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Philippine SWAT storm bus with hostages in Manila


Philippine commandos have stormed the bus with 15 Chinese tourists held hostage by a former policeman, ending the 11-hour standoff in Manila. At least six of the hostages have been confirmed dead. The gunman has also been killed in the storming. The operation started with police firing on the bus' tires to immobilize it, then using hammers to smash windows, doors and windscreen. They were forced to withdraw after a series of hunshots rang out from inside the vehicle, but renewed the storming later.

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  • Captchaos#

    Captchaos August 23, 2010 10:48:02 PM CEST

    Haha! thanks for the 1star rating! & why you simple soab! jealous because you haven't figured out how to post a vid yet. grow the fuck up!....whooa, way too much coffee!

  • Captchaos#

    Captchaos August 23, 2010 10:38:05 PM CEST

    Yes,I think I could hear A few of them part time"swat"cops shit there pants when the first few shots rang out.

  • Thruster#online

    Thruster August 23, 2010 8:49:35 PM CEST

    what a complete balls-up. Keystone cop attempt.

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