Tuimala Uinisē Moala, failed to exit her home, which was on fire. Netizens have since taken to social media to express disdain over those who were recording the jarring moments instead of offering help.
On Facebook and Twitter, there have been shares of the video of Tuimala attempting to flee the fire. Although we won’t upload the video here, you can view the Tuimala Fire video on Facebook by clicking on this link.
Tuimala Fire Video Gone Viral
In a live-streamed video this week that was widely shared on Facebook, it was she who was yelling for assistance. Tu’imala Uinis Moala, 46, “died from smoke inhalation and very severe burning,” according to the police, after a house fire on Tuesday in Neiafu.
According to them, the wife was caught in the fire and the husband was able to escape. The police statement came after a number of terrifying videos taken at the house fire scene surfaced online, horrifying the Tongan international community as well as the locals.
Social media users have been sharing a video of Tuimala Uinis Moala, a native of Vava’u, Tonga, who perished in a housefire. The 46-year-old woman did not leave her burning house.
Since then, online users have used social media to express their disgust at those who chose to record the upsetting events rather than provide assistance. Someone said:
when asked why they were filming the video while the victim was burning inside the house, the user responded, “5 seconds of fame while someone lost their life?”
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