Car crashes into fastfood store; 6 injured

BUSINESS AS USUAL. Operation of a fastfood chain resumes after a car accidentally rammed the entrance hurting six, including two minors in La Trinidad, Benguet. (Jean Nicole Cortes)

A CAR rammed a fast food chain in Benguet injuring six others, including two minors on Tuesday, July 23.

The vehicle broke into the main glass door straight near the counter area and stopped near the comfort room of a fast food chain in Km. 5, La Trinidad.

Police Major Roldan Cabatan, La Trinidad Municipal Police Station officer–in-charge said the victims were identified as Arlyn Salve, 48, Gloria Cayat Huliganga, 59, Melanie Huliganga, Myrna Joksi Salupen, 40, and two minors.

Police added the victims were immediately rushed to the Benguet General Hospital while operations of the fast food chain resume after the incident.

According to initial police investigation, the driver, identified as Eulesis Cachero from La Trinidad, was parking the sedan when he accidentally stepped on the accelerator.


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