5 kids hurt in car-motorcycle collision in Isabela town
CORDON, Isabela — Five children were injured, two of them in critical condition due to head injuries, after a car hit the motorcycle they were riding on Tuesday in this town.
The police said a 12-year-old boy was driving the motorcycle, which carried four children aged 5, 8, 9, and 10 as back riders.
Initial investigation showed that the motorcycle was crossing the road on its way to Malapat Elementary School when bumped by a sport utility vehicle driven by Cesar Lim, 53, a retired government worker in Santiago City.
The collision threw the children from their motorcycle, causing injuries. They were taken to the Southern Isabela Medical Center in Santiago for treatment.
The police said Lim surrendered to the authorities and face a case of reckless imprudence resulting in multiple physical injuries. INQ
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