List of injured passengers in MRT mishap released

Video by’s Ryan Leagogo



MANILA, Philippines—The Pasay city government identified the passengers who were injured in the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) accident on Wednesday afternoon at the Edsa-Taft Avenue station in Pasay City.

A woman is rescued after more than 30 people were injured Wednesday afternoon after a defective coach of the Metro Rail Transit went out of control and slammed through a steel barricade of the Taft Avenue Station in Pasay City. MARIANNE BERMUDEZ

The Pasay Public Information Office released the names of injured as of 8 p.m. through separate tweets on its official account.

Following are the names of individuals who were rushed to different hospitals in Pasay City:

Adventist Medical Center Manila

1. Edgardo Mendez Arlita, 59

2. Alben Makiling, 27

3. Rhea Terrado Orbaño, 32

San Juan de Dios Hospital


4. Ma. Fedeliz Villarica Pena, 51

5. May Martinez, 27

6. Andrei Von Martinez, 6

7. Ethalinda Vasquez, 55

8. Michael Abelida, 47

9. Norminda Versoza, 63

10. Krystel Ermita, 24

11. Lorie Bayan, 24

12. Vicente Villarica, 55

13. Margarita Calo, 62

‎Pasay General Hospital

14. Glaiza delos Reyes, 27

15. Lorraine deloss Reyes, 6

16. Ruel Khu, 29

17. Mirasol Santos, 29

18. Davelyn Francisco, 28

19. Hanna Francisco, 4

20. ‎Richard Sufilo, 59

21. Ronalyn Castillo, 25

22. Zenaida Guillermo, 60

23. Ramil Rasuman, 42

‎24. Maria Cristina Conchi, 59

25. Michael Avelida, 49

26. Rocelle Alvarez, 33

27. Cristina Deocariza, 30

28. Lorlie Villanueva, 41

29. Emanuel Villanueva, 29

30. Avelina Soso, 49

31. Gina Mendoza, 34

32. Remegio Lasalla, 61

33. Magdalena Rucero, 68

34. Jenalyn Galangsie, 30


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