Man Gets Brutally Murdered By Stairs

Source- A 68-year-old man died yesterday after attempting to walk up to his 21st floor office in Mong Kok as all four lifts were out of order. The man, surnamed Hung, was last seen at around 1:45pm lying on his back and gasping for breath on the 15th floor of the Ho King Commercial Building in Fa Yuen Street. Initially, Hung told a concerned office worker he felt fine, but then collapsed as he tried to stand up again, reports Ming Pao Daily, as translated by EJ Insight. When paramedics arrived on the scene, the unconscious man was fitted with an oxygen mask. Medics performed chest massages and used a defibrillator in an attempt to resuscitate Hung as they carried him down one flight of stairs at a time. Hung, who is believed to have a history of high blood pressure, was later pronounced dead at hospital, the SCMP reports.  All four of the building’s elevators reportedly needed repairing due to flooding back in 2013. Hung was in the process of closing down his business on the 21st floor and decided to go back to his office to tidy up his belongings on Monday, his wife said.

Source- A 68-year-old man died yesterday after attempting to walk up to his 21st floor office in Mong Kok as all four lifts were out of order.
The man, surnamed Hung, was last seen at around 1:45pm lying on his back and gasping for breath on the 15th floor of the Ho King Commercial Building in Fa Yuen Street.
Initially, Hung told a concerned office worker he felt fine, but then collapsed as he tried to stand up again, reports Ming Pao Daily, as translated by EJ Insight.
When paramedics arrived on the scene, the unconscious man was fitted with an oxygen mask. Medics performed chest massages and used a defibrillator in an attempt to resuscitate Hung as they carried him down one flight of stairs at a time.
Hung, who is believed to have a history of high blood pressure, was later pronounced dead at hospital, the SCMP reports.
All four of the building’s elevators reportedly needed repairing due to flooding back in 2013.
Hung was in the process of closing down his business on the 21st floor and decided to go back to his office to tidy up his belongings on Monday, his wife said.

Stairs, fuck you you mother fucker. How are stairs even still a thing? I understand in a 2 story house maybe but honestly, fuck stairs. They take up so much god damn space in a building, no one ever really uses them and now they kill people. Looking back at a story like this, for me, is like realizing you were fiddling with a loaded fire arm as a toddler. Back on Thanksgiving I went to NY and stayed at my buddy’s place which was a 5th floor walk up in Washington Heights. 5 floors? Thought it was no problem but I’ve never been more wrong in my entire life. Not to mention they trick you by adding a small extra flight of stairs to get up to the first floor because the bottom floor was just mail boxes. Well by the 3rd floor I was light headed, felt like i ran a marathon and pretty sure my lungs collapsed half way. By the time i got up there I was chugging waters and had my head out of the window to get enough oxygen back into my blood stream. Sure I was all fine and dandy 5 minutes later but looking back now, I was flirting with death. Yea I’m fat and out of shape but the point is its 2015 on the verge of 2016 and stairs are killing people. Seriously 21 floors? No one should ever walk that. EVER. Which means we gotta get to the point in life where we perfect elevator technology and rely on that solely. In case of a fire emergency bullshit? Do you know how long it takes to walk, even run down 21 flights of stairs? I guarantee in that situation, your ass will die either way because the rest of the building has caught on fire or you’re trampled alive like simba’s dad because of the frenzy caused with everyone in the stairwell trying to make their way down 20+ flights of stairs. We need to put an end to stairs already. Don’t let Hungs death have no meaning. Put an end to the stairs in the Ho King Commercial Building in Fa Yuen Street in Mong Kok , and the rest of the world.

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