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14 hurt by falling tree in Sorsogon resort

LEGAZPI CITY--- At least 14 people were injured when a Pacific walnut tree, known locally as dao, fell in a hot spring resort in Irosin town in Sorsogon province on Thursday morning. Irosin police said the tree, whose trunk is already in a state of decay, snapped in half and toppled over the guests of the resort located in Monbon village at around at 11:45 a.m. The injured resort guests were identified as Arnelo Medez, Cherry Quintal, Amelia Erlano, Raman Medez, all from Daraga town in Albay; Arnette Ebuenga and Edna Austria from Caloocan City; Rowena, Zephyr, Rebecca, all surnamed Obaldo, and Marthesa Lim from Matnog town in Sorsogon; Nelson Edlano from Bulacan; and Junny Cabria, ...Keep on reading: 14 hurt by falling tree in Sorsogon resort.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerJun 14th, 2018

Councilor’s son dies, wife injured in falling tree incident in Bacolod

BACOLOD CITY -- What was supposed to be a fun outing for the family of a councilor from Pototan town, in a resort in Negros Occidental ended up in a tragedy on Saturday. A seven-year-old boy was killed and his mother was wounded when a centuries-old mahogany tree, toppled by strong winds, hit the windshield of their sports utility vehicle in Bacolod City. Ken Marion Peaflorida died of head wounds while his mother, Maureen, was injured in the right eye. Councilor Kent Roger Peaflorida of Pototan town in Iloilo was driving the Toyota Fortuner to Campuestohan Highland Resort in Talisay City. There were 10 people aboard the vehicle -- five children and five adults, including ...Keep on reading: Councilor’s son dies, wife injured in falling tree incident in Bacolod.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 14th, 2018

All those oh, so nears and more for England at World Cup

By Rob Harris, Associated Press MOSCOW (AP) — They sing of alcohol and agony, and of all those oh, so nears. The anguished English now have another line to add to the lyrics of "Three Lions": Football's not coming home. There was no penalty heartache this time, like in the semifinals at the 1990 World Cup or 1996 European Championship. But a 2-1 loss to Croatia in extra time stopped England from reaching its first World Cup final since 1966. "It hurts a lot," England striker Harry Kane said. "It's going to hurt for a while." The fans sang of 30 years of hurt in 1996. Two years later, they refreshed it to 32. But the Lightning Seeds, an English musical act, stopped producing updates after that. It's now 52 years and counting. England came very close on Wednesday. For more than an hour, Gareth Southgate's young team led Croatia before the weary, aging opposition sprung back into life at the Luzhniki Stadium. Now, on their way to St. Petersburg for a third-place playoff against Belgium, there are just so many agonizing misses to replay in their heads. Kane. Jesse Lingard. Raheem Sterling. Chances to build on the lead secured by Kieran Trippier's free kick in the fifth minute. While Trippier did Bend it like Beckham for his goal, this generation of England players is far removed from the celebrity-obsessed David Beckham-era that straddled the millennium. They even managed to win a game on penalties, breaking the streak of five tournament shootout losses, in the round of 16. "Wasn't to be this time," British Prime Minister Theresa May wrote on Twitter amid the latest Brexit turmoil within her government, "but it's been a great journey that's made the country proud." There is a genuine sense of warmth between this squad and its followers. The apathy of just four years ago — when the 90,000-capacity Wembley Stadium was more than half empty — replaced by a newfound affection for the national team under Southgate. Fans could relate to players like Kane, Trippier and John Stones, who toiled through lower leagues to eventually reach the pinnacle of the game. The coach even became an unlikely fashion icon. "If we have brought joy back home, which I know we have," Southgate said, "that has been worthwhile." Tens of thousands packed into Hyde Park in central London to watch Wednesday's match, roaring in delight and flinging beer in the air when Trippier scored. Thousands more made the journey from England to Russia, packing into the Luzhniki after shunning the group stage. Even after Mario Mandzukic's 109th-minute goal, a young squad was saluted for exceeding expectations with its deep progress in this year's tournament. "They are still maturing and Croatia have some hardened warriors," Southgate said. "They have broken through a number of barriers over the last few weeks. We have made such strides with our supporters." And still they sang , long after the final whistle as midnight approached, about "drinking all your vodka." There are sorrows to drown, but this was not an embarrassment for England. No need to rip up the script that has seen England recover from the humiliation of being denied a place at the 2008 European Championship by Croatia with a coaching blueprint instilled through all age groups winning titles. Champions last year at both the under-17 and under-20 World Cups, collecting the main prize will have to wait at least until 2022. A timepiece at the national team's St. George's Park base has been counting down to the final in Qatar. It was compared to the Doomsday Clock when new leadership took charge at the Football Association. But Southgate has real optimism that his team can hit its peak in the Gulf in four years — from Kane up front to Jordan Pickford in goal. "It's clear to everyone the progress that's been made in terms of the level of performances and the quality of the group," Southgate said. "This is a thoroughly different journey." English soccer has now had its reset moment. The country came to Russia to regain respect. From the ignominy of the failure to win a game at the 2014 World Cup to the meek collapse against Iceland in the round of 16 at Euro 2016. "This team has taken us to a place that we never thought we would ever have imagined we would get," Gary Neville, England's assistant coach during the Euro 2016 campaign, said on British broadcaster ITV. "They have taken the nation with them." For all the playfulness in practice with rubber chickens, splashing around with unicorns in a pool and the sense this was a group of friends having fun on an extended summer vacation, there was always a steely, winning mindset. There should be tinges of regret about falling short at a World Cup where defending champion Germany was eliminated in the group stage, and Argentina, Brazil and Spain fell before the semifinals. England does not appear in semifinals very often. Southgate was in the last one 22 years ago. A post-match news conference after the loss to Croatia looked like the last place he wanted to be. "I'm trying to get the balance right," Southgate said, "of recognizing that tonight was a wonderful opportunity for us and you can't guarantee that those opportunities will ever come again." Football will come home in two years when Wembley Stadium stages seven games, including the semifinals and final, at the 2020 European Championship. Southgate has to find a way to get his team one step further than in Russia. Without just coming oh, so near......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 12th, 2018

Jeepney rams tree; 5 dead, 16 hurt

A family of three, a jeepney driver and his wife were killed while 16 others were injured when a passenger jeepney rammed a tree in Jala-Jala, Rizal on Saturday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 2nd, 2018

6 hurt in Quezon road accident

LUCENA CITY -- Six Bicol-bound motorists were injured in an accident along the Maharlika Highway in Sariaya town in Quezon provinceon Sunday. Police said the victims were aboard a Mitsubishi Montero that collided with a Leyte Biliran Star passenger bus coming from the opposite direction in Barangay Concepcion 1 around12:10 p.m. The vehicle's driver Salvador Griarte and his passengers Blesilda and Emil Griarte and Michell, Michaela Louise and Rosel Hermida were hurt.They were all residents of Magallanes town in Sorsogon. They were taken to the nearest hospital in Lucena City for treatment. Police said the bus driver, Ernesto Malallos, occupied the opposite lane of the highway ...Keep on reading: 6 hurt in Quezon road accident.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 1st, 2018

Man killed in GenSan falling tree incident –police

A falling tree incident killed a man in Gneral Santos City, a report said Thursday morning.   Source link link: Man killed in GenSan falling tree incident –police.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

Suspected robber shot dead in Cavite

SAN PEDRO CITY - An alleged robber was killed, while his three other companions escaped, following a shootout with the police in Alfonso town, Cavite province early Thursday. The shootout happened around 3 a.m. in Barangay Amuyong, according to Calabarzon police director Chief Supt. Guillermo Eleazar. He said the Alfonso police received a report around midnight on Wednesday that robbers attacked the Olive Tree Villa, a private resort in Amuyong. The police set up checkpoints in the vicinity until they chanced upon the said group. Eleazar said the police warned the suspects to drop to the ground but one of them began firing shots. The police retaliated and killed one of the su...Keep on reading: Suspected robber shot dead in Cavite.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 17th, 2018

Pili (Canarium ovatum) in Manapao, Gubat – Manila Picture

Decades of harvesting the ‘pulot’ from this pili tree is evident only in the indention in the trunk but the tree remains sturdy and strong indicating that this aged tree will offer more of his refreshing balsamic musky fragrance for several decades more. (Manapao, Gubat, Sorsogon). Image published by AlmaGamil_Philippines on 2012-04-17 09:48:48 and used… link: Pili (Canarium ovatum) in Manapao, Gubat – Manila Picture.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsMay 8th, 2018

2018 WORLD CUP: Talent but doubts for Belgium

By Raf Casert, Associated Press BRUSSELS (AP) — Belgium has all the ingredients for success at the World Cup. Romelu Lukaku leads the attack, supported by the creative genius of Eden Hazard and with Kevin De Bruyne pulling the strings in midfield. Thibaut Courtois is in goal. But for all the exceptional talent, Belgium keeps underwhelming at major tournaments, only reaching the quarterfinals at the 2014 World Cup and 2016 European Championship. There are doubts throughout the team. Center back Vincent Kompany spends much of his time in the treatment room at Manchester City. Too many Belgian players have morphed into glorified benchwarmers these days after falling out of favor, including Toby Alderweireld at Tottenham, Thomas Meunier at Paris Saint-Germain and Thomas Vermaelen at Barcelona. Axel Witsel and Yannick Ferreira Carrasco do have a lock on their starting position for their clubs, but in the modest Chinese league. It all makes the road to World Cup success seem far from clear for FIFA's third-ranked team. Here's a closer look at the Belgium team: COACH It took a loss to Wales at the 2016 European Championship for Belgium to oust underachieving coach Marc Wilmots and turn to Roberto Martinez, a Spanish coach with Premier League experience. Martinez led Belgium to the top of its qualifying group with an unbeaten record. But it's unclear how a coach who spent most of his time with teams like Wigan, Swansea and Everton will endure at a World Cup. At least he has already won a trophy, taking unheralded Wigan to the FA Cup title by beating Manchester City in 2013. GOALKEEPERS Having Courtois in goal has made Belgium the envy of world football. Then came the night in March at Barcelona when Lionel Messi beat Courtois twice with shots through the legs to open up the Chelsea goalkeeper to international ridicule for the first time. Courtois will need to banish any self-doubt in Russia. When it comes to doubt, there is plenty of uncertainty about backup Simon Mignolet, who has been banished to the bench at Liverpool. DEFENDERS Previously known for its dour defensive prowess, Belgium added flair with Kompany, Alderweireld, Meunier and Jan Vertonghen. Going into the World Cup, though, only Vertonghen inspires confidence and gets all the playing time he wants at Tottenham. Every time the 32-year-old Kompany takes the field for Belgium, onlookers fear he could come down with another injury. MIDFIELDERS This department is where Belgium's genius resides, with De Bruyne and Hazard dazzling with sparkling moves and piercing passes. Even if their synergy on the field has not been perfect, Martinez has been getting close enough. Now the coach has to figure out what to do with Radja Nainggolan, whose skillful doggedness helped take Roma past Barcelona in the Champions League. Martinez, though, has fallen out with Nainggolan and criticized his sometimes raucous off-field behavior. It means Nainggolan is still not an automatic pick to make it to Russia. FORWARDS The 24-year-old Lukaku is already Belgium's all-time top scorer with 33 goals. All hope is invested in Lukaku staying fit and in form for the World Cup after an impressive first season leading the Manchester United attack, with De Bruyne and Hazard in support. Martinez can also turn to Dries Mertens, the deft, diminutive winger-striker who has been instrumental in Napoli's pursuit of the Serie A title. Michy Batshuayi was just hitting form with Dortmund when he injured his ankle in early April and is racing to be fit for Russia. GROUP GAMES After opening in the Black Sea resort of Sochi on June 18 against Panama, the second Group G game is close to its Moscow base against Tunisia on June 23. The group concludes on June 28 against England in Kaliningrad......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 1st, 2018

The hailstorm in Benguet is more dangerous than exciting

"Wow, ice is falling in Benguet!" But what you don't know about hailstorms will hurt you......»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsApr 25th, 2018

11 hurt as bus rammed a roadside tree in Quezon

LUCENA CITY -- At least 11 passengers of aManila-bound bus were injured after their vehicle hit a tree along Quirino Highway in Tagkawayantown in Quezon province before midnight Sunday, police said.   In a report, Tagkawayan police head Chief Insp. Dandy Aguilar said a unit of Our Lady of Salvation Bus Lines was negotiating an ascending curve portion of the highway in Barangay (village) Sta. Cecilia when driver Michael Manaog lost control of the vehicle and consequently hit a tree on the roadside.   The driver and passengers Keneth Maares, Christopher Dosol, Elmirth Borbor, Eric Colorico, Sixta Colorico, Jimmy Broso, Javie Purisima, Jobelle Balsamo, Eulalio Botilo a...Keep on reading: 11 hurt as bus rammed a roadside tree in Quezon.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 23rd, 2018

Fowler, Spieth make Reed earn his 1st major championship

By Paul Newberry, Associated Press AUGUSTA, Georgia (AP) — After the final putt disappeared into the cup, Rickie Fowler waited outside the scoring room at Augusta National. Once again, he was congratulating someone else on winning their first major championship. For Fowler, the wait goes on. "I was ready to go win," he said. "Unfortunately, I was one shot short." This has become a familiar lament for Fowler, who lugs around the unwanted baggage as the best player without a title in one of golf's biggest events. He had his best chance yet on a stirring on Sunday at the Masters, making six birdies over the final 11 holes — including an 8-footer at the 72nd hole that finished off a 14-under 274. It's a score that would've been good enough to win most years. But Patrick Reed had one less stroke on his card, claiming the green jacket by sinking a short but testy par putt at No. 18 . "Glad I at least made the last one to make him earn it," Fowler said. Jordan Spieth did his part, too, to make Reed earn it. The Texan turned in one of the greatest closing rounds in Masters history, shooting an 8-under 64 that pushed him into the mix after he started the day with a daunting nine-shot deficit. Spieth thought it would be a nice, stress-free day out on the course. Instead, he horned his way into one of the greatest duels this place has ever seen, actually grabbing a share of the lead by sinking a 35-foot birdie putt at the 16th hole. "Are you kidding me?" Spieth mouthed to his caddie. Reed, playing in the final group, answered with a birdie at the 14th. Spieth's hopes ended at the 18th hole after his tee shot clipped a tree, falling to the ground just 177 yards away. He pulled off two dazzling shots to give himself a shot at saving par. But an 8-foot putt slid by the edge of the hole — his only bogey of the day. "I was pretty gutted at the finish," Spieth said. "I hit a tee shot that wasn't that bad. It just caught the last little branch of that tree. Obviously, I want to go back to that tee shot right now. But it was a phenomenal day." Spieth sure knows his way around Augusta National, where he won in 2015, finished second two other times, and now has a third-place showing on his resume. His worst performance in five appearances was a tie for 11th last year. Fowler couldn't resist a little jab at his good friend. "Solo second feels and sounds better than tied for second, so it was nice to edge out Jordan," Fowler said with a smile. But Spieth already has three major titles on his resume. Fowler is still chasing the first. He's certainly had plenty of opportunities, most notably finishing in the top five of all four majors in 2014. Fowler now has eight top-five finishes in 31 majors over his career. This one felt different than all the others. Fowler played like a champion on the final day. He went to the last hole with a real shot to win. "I am ready to go win a major, but this was kind of the first major week that I understood that and knew that and felt that," he said. "I'm ready to go. I'm really looking forward to this year and the three majors that are left. "It should be," he added confidently, "a very good major season." Fowler will need to get off to a better start than he did in Augusta, where he was just 2 under through the first two rounds. He really turned it on over the weekend, surging into contention with a 65 on Saturday before matching the best closing round of his Masters career. He showed his mettle by battling through a tough start on Sunday — his first seven holes resulted in six pars and a bogey — but got things going with back-to-back birdies before making the turn. Fowler added four more birdies on the back side, the best he's ever played with a major title hanging in the balance. It wasn't quite good enough, but it left no doubt that he's got the game to break through some day. "I gave it my all. I left everything out there on the golf course," Fowler said. "Patrick went out there and outplayed all of us this week, and he earned it. So, you've got to give it to him. He's your Masters champion." Someone asked Fowler about his goals going forward. "My next goal?" he said. "Win a major. We're close. That's the No. 1 priority.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 10th, 2018

City of Dreams Manila sets the bar For CSR initiatives

City of Dreams Manila recognizes the participation of more than 4,000 of its employees or approximately 80% of its workforce who in 2017 engaged in the luxury resort's fourth year of long-term and sustainable Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs. City of Dreams Manila's year-round outreach program last year included provisions for basic needs, social and learning activities for orphans and the elderly; refurbishing classrooms through the Department of Educations 'Brigada Eskwela' campaign; annual blood donations for Red Cross; relief goods for those affected by disasters; and mangrove and tree-planting and coastal clean-up drives. The various undertakings were aptly name...Keep on reading: City of Dreams Manila sets the bar For CSR initiatives.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 26th, 2018

Eight reasons to date a tree-hugger

Visit us on Instagram To be You; Facebook: To be You; e-mail inq.tobeyou@gmail.com What do Leo DiCaprio, Ian Somerhalder, Lily Allen and Gisele Bndchen all have in common? Apart from being incredibly gorgeous, they're also tree-huggers! Here are eight really good reasons why you should consider getting into a relationship with these lovers and protectors of nature: 1. They care. Tree-huggers are not afraid to show their soft side. Just like their mission to nurture trees and protect forests, they know how to care for anyone and anything that has been hurt or taken for granted. 2. They're passionate and fight for what they believe in. Tree-huggers speak their minds out...Keep on reading: Eight reasons to date a tree-hugger.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 28th, 2018

Barcelona wins at Eibar 2-0 before trip to Chelsea in CL

By Joseph Wilson, Associated Press BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Lionel Messi looks ready for London. Barcelona's star helped to set up two goals to beat 10-man Eibar 2-0 on Saturday as the Spanish leaders warmed up for their visit to Chelsea in the Champions League. Barcelona broke its mini-slump of back-to-back draws to remain unbeaten through 24 rounds and extend its advantage over second-place Atletico Madrid to 10 points. Barcelona visits Stamford Bridge on Tuesday in the opening leg of the round of 16. "We will head to the match with confidence," Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets said about Chelsea. "We are having a good season, but that won't mean anything now. We are facing a tie against a great team that won its league last season. We know it will be difficult and that we have to play smart for 180 minutes." Eibar showed why it is one of the surprises of the season in Spain by taking the initiative first at Barcelona. But a moment of brilliance by Messi was all it took to swing the match Barcelona's way. Messi's weight-perfect pass threaded past three defenders left Luis Suarez all alone in the 16th minute. Suarez used a feint to bring goalkeeper Marco Dmitrovic to the turf before netting his 17th goal in the competition. Only Messi, with 20, has more. Messi played a big part in Jordi Alba's goal in the 88th, when he forced a save from Dmitrovic and Alba was free to finish it off. Suarez's goal came against the flow of the match. Pressing up the pitch and setting a fast pace, Eibar forwards Fabian Orellana, Takashi Inui and midfielder Joan Jordan threatened the visitors. Orellana damaged his team's chances of a comeback when he earned bookings in the 57th and 66th. The first card was for a a needless tackle that cut down Andres Iniesta. Orellana compounded that mistake when he batted a ball into the air with play stopped and the referee waiting for Eibar to return the ball to Barcelona to take a free kick. Eibar coach Jose Luis Mendilibar was also sent off minutes later for protesting when the referee did not book Suarez for lightly kicking the ball after play stopped for an offside call. Despite playing a man down, Eibar still managed to make Barcelona work. Inui had two attempts that required saves from goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen until Alba secured the three points. "Losing a player hurt them. It came at a moment when the game was tightly contested," Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde said. "It was important to win after the past two matches and knowing how difficult it would be against an Eibar that is having a great season." The loss was only the second for Eibar in its last 13 matches. It remained in seventh place. Atletico hosts Athletic Bilbao on Sunday. ___ SEVILLA AWAITS UNITED Sevilla also won before its Champions League meeting with Manchester United, beating Las Palmas 2-1 in the Canary Islands to move into fifth place. Sevilla hosts United on Wednesday to start their Champions League final-16 tie. ___ LATE TURNAROUND Valencia scored two late goals to snatch a 2-1 win at bottom side Malaga, which was left seven points from safety. Dani Parejo hit the winner with five minutes remaining when he converted a penalty kick after Ignasi Miguel earned a direct red card for pulling down Rodrigo Moreno with only the goalie to beat. Valencia, in third place, moved four points clear of Real Madrid before it visits Real Betis on Sunday. ___ DEPRESSED DEPORTIVO Deportivo lost its second straight match under new coach Clarence Seedorf after falling at Alaves 1-0. Deportivo remained in the relegation zone as its winless streak reached nine rounds......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 18th, 2018

Fire guts Boracay resort

  ILOILO CITY---A nearly three-hour fire gutted a resort on Boracay Island in Aklan province on Wednesday night with at least P20 million in property destroyed. No one was reported hurt in the fire that hit Nami Resort Boracay at Sitio Diniwid in Barangay Balabag but their guests had to be transferred to other hotels, according to Fire Senior Inspector Lorna Parcellano, Boracay fire marshal. "As of initial reports, all guests and employees are safe and accounted for. We will conduct a full investigation, but for now we ask for your thoughts, kind wishes, and prayers at this difficult time," the management of the resort said in a statement posted on its website. Neighbori...Keep on reading: Fire guts Boracay resort.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 1st, 2018

Volcano eruption, avalanche at Japan ski resort kills one

TOKYO -- A Japanese soldier was killed on Tuesday after a volcano erupted near a popular Japanese ski resort, sparking an avalanche that left several injured and scores stranded up a mountain, officials said. Footage broadcast on Japanese television showed thick black smoke interspersed with falling rocks sliding down the….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJan 23rd, 2018

Volcano eruption, avalanche at Japan ski resort kills one

TOKYO: A Japanese soldier was killed on Tuesday after a volcano erupted near a popular Japanese ski resort, sparking an avalanche that left several injured and scores stranded up a mountain, officials said. Footage broadcast on Japanese television showed thick black smoke interspersed with falling rocks rolling down the snow-covered side of the volcano towards [...] The post Volcano eruption, avalanche at Japan ski resort kills one appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJan 23rd, 2018

One dead as volcano erupts near Japan ski resort

  A Japanese soldier was killedTuesdayand several other people injured after a volcano erupted near a popular ski resort, sparking an avalanche and leaving scores stranded -- including tourists from Britain and Taiwan.   Footage broadcast on Japanese television showed thick black smoke interspersed with falling rocks rolling down the snow-covered side of the volcano towards a ski slope.   Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera told reporters that one of eight members of the Self Defense Forces who had been on a trainingmission on Mt. Kusatsu Shirane, northwest of Tokyo, had died after being hit by volcanic rocks.   "His lungs were damaged" because ...Keep on reading: One dead as volcano erupts near Japan ski resort.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 23rd, 2018

Falling coconut tree kills teacher, uncle in Bohol

TAGBILARAN CITY, Bohol -- A 24-year-old female teacher and her 47-year-old uncle were killed on Saturday when a coconut tree uprooted and fell on them in Barangay Poblacion III, Mabini town, Bohol. PO1 Glenn Rosal of Bohol Police Provincial Office (BPPO) identified the victims as Jaycel Barcibal Dajalos and her uncle, Rogelio Tutor Barcibal, both residents of Purok 6, Barangay Minol, Mabini. Dajalos was a teacher in a private school in Ubay town. Local rescuers were deployed to the scene to remove the tree. The victims were on a motorcycle going to Barangay La Union, Candijay town. When they reached Barangay Poblacion II in Mabini, about 6:30 a.m., a coconut tree, whic...Keep on reading: Falling coconut tree kills teacher, uncle in Bohol.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 6th, 2018

Estudiante nalamos sa resort sa Sorsogon

Estudiante nalamos sa resort sa Sorsogon.....»»

Category: newsSource:  bicolstandardRelated NewsDec 21st, 2017