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Truck crushes senior traffic aide in Caloocan City

Truck crushes senior traffic aide in Caloocan City

By MINKA TIANGCO An elderly traffic enforcer stood in front of a 10-wheel truck to stop the driver he was accosting yesterday morning on Samson Road in Caloocan City. Police Lt. Col. Ferdinand del Rosario, Caloocan assistant chief of police for administration, said Romel Cabillos, the 32-year-old truck driver from Bacoor City, Cavite, was flagged […]

2 kids die, 3 hurt in Caloocan fire

Two children died while two of their siblings and a man were injured in a fire that razed their houses in Barangay 8, Caloocan City, before dawn Sunday. Supt. Stephen Requina, Caloocan City fire marshal, identified the fatalities as Jilian Nardeja, 8; and Marian Nardeja, 7. Kian Nardeja, 10; Rodolfo Nardeja, 5; and Fulgencio Rodriguez, […]

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MTPB team leader shot dead in Binondo

A newly appointed team leader of the Manila Traffic and Parking Bureau was gunned down yesterday in Binondo, Manila. Police identified the victim as Marlon Lacsina, 32, married, of Baseco, Port Area, Manila. According to Ferdie Castillo, 24, parking attendant, co-worker of the victim, he and Lacsina had just alighted from a motorcycle when an […]

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Belmonte vows to close spas with ‘extra services’

Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte has vowed to close down all massage parlors and spas that offer “extra services’’ or those providing sexual favors in exchange for extra cash to their customers in Quezon City. Belmonte pledged that no stone would be left unturned, citing that unlawful massage parlors and spas operating through social media […]

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PAGASA sees weekend landfall for ‘Perla’

Tropical depression “Perla” will likely make landfall or move near the extreme Northern Luzon area by weekend. Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration weather specialist Loriedin dela Cruz said Perla could approach Batanes or Cagayan but there is a high chance that the tropical cyclone will weaken into a low-pressure area while moving close […]

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Aguilar vows to sustain Las Piñas clearing operations

Mayor Imelda Aguilar has committed to continue clearing Zapote-Alabang Road, including secondary roads, in Las Piñas City of any obstruction to ensure safety and ease traffic after the Department of Interior and Local Government rated the city with high compliance in road clearing operations. The mayor and Las Piñas Vice Mayor April Aguilar asked Task […]

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