Mga biktima ng banggaan ng 3 tricycle sa Cabanatuan City, tinulungan ng UNTV News and Rescue Team

admin   •   January 6, 2015   •   2377

Ang UNTV News and Rescue Team Nueva Ecija sa pagtulong sa isa sa mga biktima ng banggaan ng 3 tricycle sa Cabanatuan City. (UNTV News)

CABANATUAN CITY, Philippines – Nirespondehan ng UNTV News and Rescue Team ang banggaan ng tatlong tricycle sa harapan ng isang gasolinahan sa Brgy. Bantog Norte, Cabanatuan City, pasado alas-7 kagabi, Linggo.

Ayon kay Marcos Villarte, security guard ng gasolinahan, papaliko na sana ang isang delivery tricycle na may kargang mga gulay at bigas sa gasolinahan upang magpa-gasolina nang magkasunod na banggain ng dalawang tricycle na kapwa mabilis ang takbo.

“Yung kolong kolong, nawalan daw ng gas dyan sa gawing Valle Cruz kaya nagtulak na lang sila marami raw silang nagtutulak kasi may nakita pa akong bata, bigla raw silang kumaliwa eh dumarating nga yung kasunod eh siguro nakauyot hindi na nakapagpreno bigla nang nagkalabugan,” salaysay ni Villarte.

Aminado si Jervie Ocampo na nag-overtake siya sa isa pang tricycle kaya nawalan ito ng kontrol sa manibela at mabangga ang delivery tricyle.

Sugatan ang dalawang driver na sina Antonio Banding Jr. at Jervie Ocampo dahil sa aksidente.

Kaagad namang tinulungan ng UNTV News and Rescue Team ang mga biktima.

Matapos malapatan ng pang-unang lunas ang mga biktima ay isinugod ng UNTV News and Rescue Team sa Dr. Paulino J. Garcia Memorial Research and Medical Center ang si Jervie upang masuri ng mga doctor.

Tumanggi namang mgpadala sa ospital si Antonio Banding at hinintay na lamang ang pgdating ng kanyang mga kaanak.

Samantala, wala namang tinamong pinsala ang driver ng delivery tricycle na si Louel Gabriel. (Grace Doctolero / Ruth Navales, UNTV News)

UNTV Rescue team responds to 2 road mishaps during New Year’s eve in Pampanga

Robie de Guzman   •   January 1, 2020

UNTV Rescue units in Pampanga provided first aid to individuals who got injured in two separate road accidents that occurred during the new year’s eve.

The first accident, which involved a pedestrian and a motorcycle, reportedly happened at past 8 p.m. along Barangay Baliti in San Fernando, Pampanga.

The pedestrian, identified as 25-year old Kimberly Anne Tayag from Porac town, sustained injuries to her left arm and feet after she was hit by an oncoming motorcycle while she was crossing the street.

Meanwhile, the second accident involving another motorcycle occurred around 10 p.m. still along San Fernando in Pampanga.

The motorcycle rider, identified as Oliver Sales, sustained wounds to his mouth after figuring in an accident.

Both victims received first aid treatment from the UNTV rescuers and were brought to Jose B. Lingad Regional Memorial Hospital for further treatment and examination. – RRD (with details from Correspondent Leslie Huidem)

Nueva Ecija culls 207 pigs over suspected hog virus

Marje Pelayo   •   October 17, 2019

NUEVA ECIJA, Philippines – The Cabanatuan City Provincial Veterinary Office culled a total of 207 pigs following reports of hog deaths in Barangay Dalampang, suspected to have been caused by African Swine Fever (ASF).

“Nangangamatay iyong aming baboy ngayon. Kinuhanan nila ng blood sample at iyong iba namang mga baboy na nangamatay ay ipinalibing namin (Several pigs have died in our place. Blood samples were taken from some of them, while we buried the others),” said Amang Soriano, the head of Barangay Dalampang.

Because of the incident, the PVO advised residents, especially hog raisers in the area, to immediately report cases of pig deaths so that prompt measures can be taken.

The PVO added that they are being extra cautious because it is the season for increased incidence of vector-borne diseases among livestock.

“Maaraw eh, expect mo na sa stress, marami mamamatay ( It’s been warm lately so expect that stress level would be higher which might result in more deaths),” explained Dr. Jun Romero, head of Nueva Ecija Provincial Veterinary Office.

“Marami kaming kinunan na sample. Akala namin ay suspected na (African Swine Fever). Nag-negative naman sa laboratory (We took samples from several pigs because we suspected it was African Swine Fever. Laboratory tests turned negative),” he added.

The provincial veterinary office is waiting for the result of the laboratory tests conducted on the pig blood samples.

If the result turns out positive for ASF, Romero assured they will impose the necessary measures to prevent the spread of the deadly pig virus.

Hog raisers assured, likewise, that they will abide by the protocol should the tests return positive.

“Kami po talagang sumusunod doon sa patakaran ng ating gobyerno na kung saka-sakaling may mga sakit na gumagala sa aming barangay (We really abide by the government regulations, more so if pig virus is present in our barangay,)” noted hog raisers Miguel Ramos. MNP (with details from Danny Munar)

First aid tips when travelling

Aileen Cerrudo   •   April 17, 2019

Be prepared for any emergencies when traveling this long vacation.

UNTV’s News and Rescue team shared first aid tips for safe travels.

Heat exhaustion/ heat stroke

  • Take them to a nearest shade
  • Lie them down and elevate their foot for blood circulation
  • If able to drink, give them cool water
  • Apply cool water to the skin or ice packs on
    armpits, wrists, ankles & groin
  • Bring the patient to the nearest hospital

Sunburn

  • Place under running water for 15 to 20 minutes
  • Don’t apply any ointment

Drowning

  • Immediately call a lifeguard or trained rescuer
  • Throw a life vest or any floating item available.
  • It is not advisable to interfere if untrained

Cuts and bruises

  • Clean the wound using Povidone Iodine
  • Cover the wound with a gauze pad
  • Immediately call for assistance for severe injuries

Assistant training officer of UNTV News and Rescue Angelo Dela Paz advise to carefully plan vacations by bringing a first aid kit.

Individuals should also know the necessary emergency contact numbers as well as the location of the nearest hospital.

“Iyong mga major injuries, pinaka-the best doon would be tumawag na sa mga emergency hotline na malapit sa ating lugar. (For major injuries it is best to call emergency hotlines near the area)” he said.—Aileen Cerrudo (with reports from Grace Casin)

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