Initial list of dead, injured in Jolo bombings

/ 07:14 PM January 27, 2019
Initial list of dead, injured in Jolo bombings

Photo from AFP – Western Mindanao Command

Updated @ 7:30 p.m., Jan. 27, 2019, to indicate Philippine Coast Guard dead and injured

MANILA, Philippines – Authorities in Sulu released Sunday evening a partial list of the dead and injured in the twin blasts that earlier rocked the Marian Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Jolo, the provincial capital.


The names were provided by the Integrated Provincial Health Office of Sulu and the Camp Gen. Teodulfo Bautista Station Hospital.

The Philippine Coast Guard also identified which of their personnel were killed and injured.



Seaman Second Class Jaypee Galicha, 26, of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG)

Ridzmar Mukadil. 19

Alvacora Llorente Perpetua, 40

Bibing Perpetua, 40

Cecilia Sanchez, 42

Juliet Jaime, 50


Daisy Delos Reyes, 53

Romulo Reyes, 58

Cecilia dela Cruz, 61

Dolores Tan, 72

Renaldo Pescadera Sr., 74

Fe Non, 84


Petty Officer 3 Paulo Isolana, 37, of the PCG

Petry Officer 3 Joemar Sanson of the PCG

Rhea Mae Carlos, 5

Garda Dugay, 10

Chelsie Mae Rubio, 10

Justin Manansala, 11

Michelle Ann Morales, 13

Kenneth Zacarias,19

Lauremar Albesa, 20

Raymond Mangila, 20

Mark Johnyree Morales, 23

Marie Joy Uro, 25

Sahidin Pidan, 26

Jenizel Nuno, 33

Ronillo Domen, 35

Nadzmie Hawari, 37

Hardun Andiling, 41

Victor Ubaldo, 42

Lunny Lim, 44

Gloria Morales, 49

Arthur Delos Reyes, 50

Jeanette Alicaya, 53

Vincent Unding, 54

Albani Sahipa, 56

Roderick Hoe, 57

Gajer Asarib, 59

Benita Ampalayo, 60

Francis Salinas, 60

Nelia Manansala, 62

Jocelyn Ting, 63

Delia Hoe, 64

Victoriana Tan, 70

Patricio Jumao-as, 77

Ramon Doronilla, 83

/ac /atm


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