UNTV News and Rescue assist 2 injured Indian nationals in motor accident
admin • April 25, 2018 • 3044
MANILA, Philippines — As the rescue team was roving along the Camanava area, a concerned citizen flagged down the group to report a collision between a motorcycle and a tricycle at past 2:00 a.m., Wednesday.
The team assisted the injured riders identified as Indian nationals and siblings, Abdul Raffie Gulam Manzano and Naziba Dasthagir Gulam Manzano.
Abdul was complaining of pain in the chin and scratches on his right arm while Naziba sustained injuries on his forehead.
The UNTV team administered firs-aid before bringing the victims to Navotas City Hospital.
In the initial report of the Navotas traffic sector, the motorists were traversing Naval Street heading towards home in Caloocan City, when they were suddenly met by a tricycle. The riders were unable to hit the brakes in time and collided head-on with the oncoming tricycle.
The tricycle driver is under investigation by the traffic sector. — UNTV News & Rescue
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)
Nanay Teresita showed off her favorite dance moves on the newly renovated floor of their home in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan.
It was well-polished and better compared to their old floor.
Nanay Teresita, along with nine others, lives in one of the elderly homes of the Coalition of Services of the Elderly (COSE). COSE is one of the beneficiaries of top radio station Wish FM that received P100,000 cash grant.
Because of the cash grant, COSE was able to further provide a comfortable home for these lolas.
“Nagpapasalamat ako sa Dios na mayroong may mga mabuting puso na nagdo-donate dito, (I am thankful to God for the kindhearted people who donated this)” Lola Conchita Salas said.
COSE is a non-governmental organization that aims to keep older people involved in the community.—AAC (with reports from Ninya Armillo)
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