Suicide try at LRT
A man depressed after his wife left for the province tried to kill himself Saturday by jumping into the path of a Recto-bound LRT-2 train at the Cubao station in Quezon City. Jeepney barker Redito Alfredo, 29, of Barangay Escopa III, Project 4, Quezon City, survived but lost his left forearm in his suicide attempt, said radio operator SPO 1 Jun Camarines of the Quezon City Police District Station 7. Alfredo was rushed to the East Avenue Medical Center. LRT-2’s operation was momentarily stopped due to the incident. Jaymee T. Gamil
Brod killed saving sibling
A 37-year-old garbage collector saved his brother before dawn Saturday from being stabbed by a foe but got himself killed instead in Manila. Dan Reyes, of 1372 Cristobal Street in Paco, died while undergoing treatment at the Philippine General Hospital from a stab wound in the left side of his chest. His alleged attacker and neighbor Fidel Alegria fled. PO2 Bernardo Cayabyab of the Manila Police District (MPD) homicide section said Dan’s younger brother Daniel was playing poker with Alegria at a funeral wake. Alegria lost and blamed it on Daniel. A heated argument ensued between the two. Daniel decided to go home and told Dan what happened. While they were talking, Alegria arrived and swung a knife at Daniel. Dan intervened, but was stabbed in the chest. Jeannette I. Andrade
Gang member nabbed
Manila policemen arrested on Friday night a Commando gang member who allegedly shot dead a security guard of a car dealership outlet a week ago. Operatives arrested June Juville Ampil, 27, at his house at 753 Interior 68 Raxabago St. in Tondo based on a tip from an informant. MPD homicide section head Insp. Armando Macaraeg said Ampil’s suspected cohort Ren Ren Dino remains at large. He said the tipster recognized Ampil and Dino from a CCTV footage of the June 5 robbery attempt at the Toyota car dealer branch along Jose Abad Santos Avenue in Tondo as the ones who shot Luis Catunao, 28, a security guard, and his colleague Zaldy Pelone. Jeanette I. Andrade
Marikina cycling event
MORE than 2,000 cyclists from all over Metro Manila and nearby provinces are expected to participate in a big cycling event spearheaded by the local government of Marikina through the Office of the Vice Mayor and Marikina City Bikeways Office (MCBO). The “Cambio del Independencia, Cambio Kontra Droga” will be held at 6 a.m. today. It will start at the Marikina Eastern Terminal Station (near Marcos Highway Bridge) and end at the east bank of the Marikina River Park (Brgy. Sto. Niño area). This cycling event will traverse the 25 km bike trail along the east and west banks of the Marikina River.
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