A former security guard in a shopping Mall in the Philippines surrendered and released the hostages

KIEV. March 2. UNN. A former security guard of the shopping center in Manila, in the Philippines, surrendered and freed 30 hostages. It is reported by UNN with reference to DW.

“A former security guard surrendered and freed 30 hostages who had been held in a shopping Mall in the Philippines on Monday, officials said, ending a one-day standoff in the capital”, – reported in the media.

It is noted that the former security guard shot the man, when he entered the administrative part of the shopping center.

The mayor of the city of San Juan, Francis Zamora said that the security guard felt bad because he lost his job.

Stated that the police were going on the street as negotiators tried to peacefully resolve the confrontation.

“According to authorities, the man who was shot, is in stable condition”, – stated in the message.

It is reported that after ten hours of holding people hostage, a security guard allowed to address the media with their statements. However, police detained him earlier.

We will remind, in the Philippines, a dismissed guard of the shopping center took hostage 27.

Later it became known that the place of capture of hostages in the shopping center in Manila sent armed police.