posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 01:12 PM
reply to post by kamatty
Hmm, I'm not sure I understand what you are saying, but I think I do. Even though the victims died in different ways and, apparently, in different
locations, they are positioned side-by-side?
If this is what you mean, then I would imagine they were positioned this way by the 1st respoders. This happens a lot, I believe it is standard
procedure to group the fatalities together in a single area. This makes it easier to confirm the numbers, as-well-as removing the deceased's bodies
from the aftermath.
This would certainly be of value if part of the goal is to reduce both physical and mental trauma. It's bad enough for victims to experience such a
terrifying ordeal, it would be that much worse if they looked about and saw corpses and body parts strewn across the range.
I could be wrong, but, in relation to the 2 fatalities being located together at the scene, this is what makes sense to me