Container van fell in CAVITEx

It took past midnight to remove the container van that fell on the curving side of the bridge on CAVITEx Road heading to Las Piñas and Bacoor City, Cavite, on Tuesday.

The container van contained air-conditioning units that overturned and overturned on the curvy lawn before 4 p.m.

The curving fence collapsed. No one was hurt in the incident, and it did not cause heavy traffic.

According to CAVITEx, the container van began to be removed at 12:16 am and was completely removed past 1 or 9 hours since the tilt.

Tollway traffic monitoring says container vans are usually tilted on the curve, usually due to weight.

On June 18, another overturned container van blocked a lane on the same curve.

It tilted early in the morning, but it was already dawn before he was removed.

Meanwhile, one person was killed, and 16 others were injured when the they were riding in overturned in Cabagan, Isabela, on Sunday afternoon.

According to the Cabagan Police Station investigation, the victims were on their way after having a picnic in the Pinacanauan River in Brgy. Antagan in the town of San Pablo.

While the was driving along the road in Brgy. Cansan, Cabagan said the driver fell asleep until the truck he was driving collided with a light pole before overturning.

Container van fell in CAVITEx

One rider, Milagro Garro, the driver’s son-in-law, was killed.

The driver and 15 other passengers, including 6 minors, were rushed to the hospital, all of whom sustained bodily injuries.

The two victims were later transferred to another hospital due to head injuries and fractures to their legs and hands.

Police found that the driver was under the influence of alcohol when the accident occurred.

He is already in the custody of the Cabagan Police Station while awaiting the decision of the victim’s family on whether to file a case.

In Iloilo, a driver was killed after being hit by a in San Miguel, Friday afternoon.

The victim was identified as Galahad Salarda, 47, living in Brgy. Meet in San Miguel.

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