4 nagkarambola: 4 patay, 51 sugatan
Cristina Timbang (Pilipino Star Ngayon) - November 29, 2015 - 9:00am

CAVITE, Philippines – Apat ang kumpirmadong patay, habang 51 katao ang sugatan matapos na magkarambola ang apat na sasakyan sa kahabaan ng Aguinaldo Highway sa Barangay Lalaan sa bayan ng Silang, Cavite kamakalawa ng gabi.

Kabilang sa mga namatay ay sina Claro Bautista Gonza­les, driver ng DLTB bus; Jamaera Escover Penol ng Barangay Kaytitinga sa bayan ng Alfonso, Cavite; Ruby Briones Ranger ng Lian, Batangas; at Margarita Vidal ng Calaca, Batangas.

Sa police report na isinumite sa Camp Pantaleon Garcia sa Imus City, nagkarambola ang mga sasakyang Nissan Sentra (ITE 453) ni Raydon Reyes; tractor truck NQO 932; DLTB Bus (AQA 6768) ni Claro Gonzales; KIA Rio (WTB 235) ni Tomas Cabrido.

Samantala, kinilala naman ang 51 sugatan na sina Maryrose Cunanan, Nikko Alilio, Sherwin Sarmiento, Zhervin Sarmiento, Ayleen Sarmiento, Zyrheilyn Sarmiento, Emmanuel Moral, Marcos Eyay, Cellyn Cotton, Elmer Dizon, Sarah Jane Mendoza, Mischell Caisip, Enrique Enriquez, Luzviminda Cosino, Christine Villaflor, Hanna Karl Gementiza, Elyse Lorin Genetiza, Remuel Marquez, Jyvette Olavdes, Puline Ruiz, Mary Lois Rivera, Elisa Amora, Bryan Racho, Jayvee Merico, Andro Maala, Joana Marrie Delos Reyes, Denver Rollo, Norzel San Juan, Salve Mercado, Sharon Milan, Geraldine Bautista, Romnick Marystela, Corazon Torres, Jayson Reyes, Marigold Sasuman, Charleeze Mendoza, Squirrel Mendoza, Perla PAmpoza, Jazz Mendoza, Chester Mendoza, Leandro Ilao, Ysabelle Legaspi, Kristine Legaspi, Leonard Legaspi, Angelo Mananquil, Marry Sherilyn Rodil, Ronalisa Alcedo, Roberto Mananquil, Jade Angela Marie Rollo, Tomas Cabrido, at si Raydon, Reyes,

Nasa pangangalaga ng Silang PNP ang driver ng tractor truck kung saan inihahanda na ang kaukulang kaso na isasampa.

AGUINALDO HIGHWAY ANDRO MAALA ANG ANGELO MANANQUIL AYLEEN SARMIENTO BARANGAY KAYTITINGA BARANGAY LALAAN BATANGAS BRYAN RACHO CAMP PANTALEON GARCIA TOMAS CABRIDO
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