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Former Anchor: Stay Clam in Living Hell

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Hong Kong, Mar 6- The 1996 Garley Building Fire caused the loss of 41 lives and 81 injuries. “The scene was like a living hell,” Ivan Yau, a former anchor who witnessed the fire, said today.


Reporter/ Belle Wong


Ivan said (today-replace with "this") afternoon at Hong Kong Shue Yan University that the accident was miserable. “At the time of the Garley Building fire, many people had not been released from their (duties?-was it a workplace or housing), so they were trapped inside the building and suffered eventually,” he said.


For Ivan, the accident was unforgettable. “Many people hanged out of the windows and asked for help. Sadly, the fire was (in a-omit) rage(progressive ending), so no one could save them,” he said. “It was like a living hell. You could find dead (noun missing) everywhere,” he added.


It is often not easy to deal with breaking news. “It was very shocking! How could we deal with it? It required our professional judgment,” Ivan said. “I needed to control my temper. I could not be affected as I had my responsibility and mission. I still had to report the fire to the public,” he said that he still felt sad today for those victims as the accident was too (impressive-need a more negative adj).

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--095023 2012年3月6日 (二) 21:27 (UTC)

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Former Anchor: Stay Calm in Living Hell


Hong Kong, Mar 6- The 1996 Garley Building Fire caused the loss of 41 lives and 81 injuries. “The scene was like a living hell,” Ivan Yau, a former anchor who witnessed the fire, said today.


Reporter/ Belle Wong


Ivan said this afternoon at Hong Kong Shue Yan University that the accident was miserable. “At the time of the Garley Building fire, many people had not been released from their workplace, so they were trapped inside the building and suffered eventually,” he said.


For Ivan, the accident was unforgettable. “Many people hanged out of the windows and asked for help. Sadly, the fire was in progressive ending, so no one could save them,” he said. “It was like a living hell. You could find dead bodies everywhere,” he added.


It is often not easy to deal with breaking news. “It was very shocking! How could we deal with it? It required our professional judgment,” Ivan said. “I needed to control my temper. I could not be affected as I had my responsibility and mission. I still had to report the fire to the public,” he said that he still felt sad today for those victims as the accident was too disastrous.

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