Armed men burn payloader in Isabela
ECHAGUE, Isabela — Six armed men burned a payloader owned by a construction firm owned by the family of Santiago City Mayor Joseph Tan in Barangay Bacradal on Friday (May 19), according to the Philippine Army units stationed in Isabela.
The payloader, owned by the Brostan Construction Corp., was parked at the roadside for a quarry project in the village when it was torched at 5 a.m., said Lt. Col. Vladimir Cagara, 86th Infantry Battalion commander. —Villamor Visaya Jr. /atm
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