John Michael Hermoso, Cyril Ramos, Jerome Amada and Sherwin Rivera and another specialist were going to close their coffeehouse along F. Ramos Street in Barangay Cogon Ramos, Cebu City at past midnight.
They were finishing a taxing day at work only minutes after 12 a.m. today, April 11, when an outfitted man who secured his face with a head protector burst into their café, cut them down with quick flame and left without a regressive look on board a bike and fled.
Hermoso, 29, the proprietor and head barista of the Good Cup Coffee Company, tumbled down and was accepted to have passed on in that spot and afterward.
Ramos, 21, the café's clerk, was hurried to the adjacent Velez Hospital however going to specialists said she had kicked the bucket even before achieving the medical clinic's crisis room.
Amada, the shop's server, and Rivera, 23, a clerk cum-barista, are currently both battling for their life at the emergency unit a similar clinic.
A fifth laborer was inexplicably solid and ran right to the Ramos Police Station to report the episode.
Police Lieutenant Elstone Dabon, who drove the gathering that reacted to the shooting caution, revealed to CDN Digital that they raced to the café inside minutes after they were educated of the mass shooting however the shooter was passed at that point they arrived.
As indicated by the structure's gatekeeper, an individual on board a bike halted at a corner around 15 meters from the coffeehouse. He was wearing a coat and a full-colored protective cap that he didn't evacuate as he energetically strolled towards the bistro.
The observer said the shooter draw out a hand weapon, discharged over and over at the people inside the coffeehouse and strolled retreated, boarded his bike and drove towards R. Landon Street.
Police Corporal Eutemio Catalan, the case agent, said they were as yet confused with regards to the intention of the shooting.
He said they were currently taking a gander at the recording of the CCTV camera inside the coffeehouse to discover who could be in charge of the wrongdoing