Binay's backup vehicle fell into ravine; 4 hurt

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Friday, March 14, 2014


MANILA -- Four people were hurt when a backup vehicle in Vice President Jejomar Binay's convoy fell into a 15-meter deep ravine near Banaue town proper in Ifugao on Friday morning, the Office of the Vice President said.

The backup vehicle, a Toyota Fortuner, was carrying security marshals and a photographer when it veered off the highway at Banaue, Ifugao, said Office of Vice President spokesperson Joey Salgado.


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The victims were identified as Sergeant Danilo Tamo, Sergeant Alexander Sicat, Corporal Alexander Solis and photographer Ramon Campita.

The three security marshals sustained minor wounds from the accident while Campita was unconscious following the road accident.

Victims were immediately brought to the Good News Clinic for treatment. (Sunnex)

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