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Truck loses brakes, rams seven vehicles in Quezon City

/ 10:26 PM September 27, 2022
Vechicular accident in Quezon City. STORY: Truck loses brake, rams seven vehicles in Quezon City

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MANILA, Philippines — A trailer truck lost its brake and rammed seven vehicles on a Quezon City highway on Tuesday morning, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) reported.

A taxi, two SUVs, a van, and three other vehicles were involved in the collision at the Aurora-Katipunan interchange.

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The unidentified driver escaped but later surrendered to the MMDA.

“Driver resurfaced and admitted that the trailer truck experienced loss of brake,” the MMDA said in its report.

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The Quezon City Police District said all of the seven motorists did not incur major injuries.

—KRISTELLE RAZON (INQUIRER.net TRAINEE)

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