Holes found in 10 tombs in Davao de Oro

It was only a few days after the burial of Eduard Ellorin Jr.’s late father in a public cemetery in Maragusan, Davao de Oro, but he was surprised by what he found.

While setting up a tent for the ninth day of his father’s death, Eduard noticed a hole in the tomb. But, unfortunately, there are also holes in 10 other adjacent tombs.

According to Eduard, nothing was lost on the corpse. He also did not know what the purpose of the perpetrators was.

But according to netizens in his post, the culprits may have been targeting “tuway-tuway” or knee caps to make amulets.

Eduard also noticed that the hole in the was at the foot.

“Panawagan ko lang sa mga kamag-anak na bisitahin ang nitso ng kanilang mga mahal sa buhay (I ask the relatives to visit the of their loved ones),” said Eduard.

He also called on the authorities to keep a close eye on the cemetery to prevent such incidents.

Maragusan Municipal Police is already investigating the incident.


2 accidents in Isabela: 2 dead, 6 injured

The car died after colliding with an oncoming van on the national highway of Barangay San Fernando, Alicia, Isabela Sunday night.

The deceased was identified as Alfredo Gumpal, 21, a Barangay Linglingay in the same town.

According to the police investigation, the car was heading north when the suddenly lost control of the steering wheel until it went to the other lane, so the van collided.

Gumpal was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries to his body but was declared dead on arrival by the attending doctor.

Six people in the van were injured, including the driver, Raffy Tabalanza, 30, of Pasay City.

Meanwhile, a motorcycle rider was also killed in an accident involving the national highway of Barangay Sillawit, Cauayan City, past 6 pm last Sunday.

According to police, a motorcycle was driven by Darius Madamba, 40, collided with the fence post after overtaking the oncoming SUV.

When the accident happened, the victim was about to pick up his wife, who works in Santiago City.

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