- A new CCTV footage was released and was made available by ABS-CBN News
- The footage is a longer one, showing the movement of Christine and her friends between Rooms 2207 and 2209
- The footage shows that around 11:21 p.m., Christine and her friends went out of the room and transferred to Room 2207
- Many movements transpired thereafter and around 6:23 a.m., Dacera was carried to their room where she was the one who turned the knob and later around 12:22, a wheelchair was brought to the room
A new CCTV footage was released and was made available by ABS-CBN.
This time around, the CCTV fills in the gap and shows the multiple ingress and egress that transpired in Rooms 2207 and 2209.
Room 2209 is where Christine and her friends were staying and room 2207 is the room of the other guys whom they all partied with.
The video shows how frequently Christine went in and out of their room and would go to the room of their newfound friends.
At around 3 a.m., it could be seen that it was only Christine who went to 2207 without another friend, and later, her friends went to the said room to bring her back to their room.
The last portion of the footage shows that she was carried in a wheelchair out of their room. Watch the whole footage below:
The photo of PAL flight attendant Christine Angelica Dacera which was the one she uploaded last on her Instagram account has gone viral. The caption on the photo of Christine was "Last flight for this one helluva year." The upload was made before the news of the 23-year-old's demise broke.
Friends of Christine Dacera gave an interview to ABS-CBN and recounted how good their friend really was. One of her friends, Andrei Barretto, candidly recalled his last conversation with Christine on New Year's Eve on IG. Andrei said that he replied to her story and that while he told Christine that he was at home, she told him that she booked a room with friends. When Andrei told her, baka "mapano ka dyan," she replied that it's negative because her companions were "mas babae pa" than her.
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