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Mindoro vice gov who fell off stage in Team PNoy rally now in stable condition

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MANILA, Philippines—Occidental Mindoro Vice Governor Mario Gene Mendiola who, on Tuesday, fell off the stage in Plaza Miranda at the proclamation rally of Team PNoy is now in stable condition.

Marikina Representative and Team PNoy spokesperson Romero Quimbo told reporters that Mendiola suffered lacerations on his head but that he is already in stable condition.

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Tags: 2013 midterm elections , Mario Gene Mendiola , Politics , proclamation rally , Team PNoy

  • $20926843

    The inutile and autistic president in malacanang should pray that this happening is not a bad omen!

    • D_BystandeR

      This freak accident should not be given any “adverse” meaning. There is always a time that no matter what, you fall into something by unintended “missteps” or  perhaps due to some factors of being excited to be on stage with the “winning team!” But we should be happy because the guy is now in stable condition. Praised the Lord!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WYX4ZTAV4BUGW2RIMT45CPYBGA Pio Gante

    ayan tatanga-tanga ka kasi, di ka na makapag-hintay matapos ang rally para bumili ng dvd.

  • bongarroyo

    seguradong landslide na ang panalo ng team PNoy nito…

    iyong nadudulas nga lang na contestant nanalo ang nahuhulog pa kaya…LOL

  • keivin1

    parang si smugglaz lang nahulog din sa stage

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