5 die as 2 motorcycles collide in Isabela


Thousands have died or have been injured in motorcycle crashes throughout the country in the past years as more commuters resort to motorbikes to get to work.  FILE PHOTO

ALICIA, Isabela — Five people died in a motorcycle collision at 5:30 p.m. along the national highway in Barangay Burgos here, on Sunday (May 15), according to a belated police report on Monday.

The accident killed Fredelino Ramos and Roy Allan Landicho, who were paired up on a black motorcycle (Plate No. 8453BQ), and Richard Toquero, June Gallego and Analyn Abuan who were astride a second black motorcycle (Plate No. DB98554), said Insp. Mary Jane Dalumay, Alicia police spokesperson.


The four men were construction workers, while Abuan was a domestic helper. Their motorcycles crashed into each other along the northbound lane.

Four of them died instantly from multiple injuries, while Landicho, died while being treated at the Manango Hospital.  SFM


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