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Accident renders C5 Katipunan southbound flyover impassable; 1 hurt

/ 05:14 PM June 27, 2016
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Screen grab from Ateneo de Manila University’s Instagram account

The road leading to the C5 Katipunan southbound flyover has become a virtual parking lot after an accident involving a trailer truck and a motorcycle occurred Monday afternoon.

The truck occupied three lanes.

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The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) reported the accident at 2:51 p.m. on its official Twitter account.

The Guidon, Ateneo de Manila University’s student publication, cited an eyewitness account saying that the truck swerved left, hit a motorcycle, collided into a lamppost, and then veered toward the southbound lane.

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Screen grab from Bianca Gonzalez’ Twitter account

At 4:07 p.m., a member of the MMDA’s digital team told INQUIRER.net that the southbound flyover remains impassable. The truck has been cleared as of 4:44 p.m.

He also said that the unidentified driver of the motorcycle was wounded in the accident and was brought to the Quirino Memorial Medical Center for treatment.

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Screen grab from MMDA’s Twitter account

Katipunan Avenue is notorious for its heavy traffic. Recently, the MMDA launched the Ateneo Shuttle Service Program in a bid to reduce the volume of cars in the area. AJH/JE

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