Pastor, man hit and killed by SUV on Pangasinan road | Inquirer News

Pastor, man hit and killed by SUV on Pangasinan road

Sison town in Pangasinan (Google maps)

DAGUPAN CITY — A pastor and a man believed to be mentally challenged were struck and killed on Monday (July 24) by a sports utility vehicle (SUV) in Sison town in Pangasinan province.

Pastor Rainero Loquero of the Bible League Philippines died in the way to a hospital while the other victim, whose identity has been kept confidential at his family’s request, died during treatment, said Senior Inspector Mark Anthony Aningalan, Sison police chief.

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Loquero and the man were waiting for a bus bound for Metro Manila at the shoulder of the south-bound lane of the Manila North Road in Barangay (village) Artacho at 3: 10 a.m. when the pastor’s companion suddenly tried to cross the highway.  A coming Toyota FJ Cruiser hit him and the pastor.

Aningalan said the SUV driver had tried but failed to evade the mentally challenged man and the pastor.

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The SUV driver, Bernard Douglas Roales, 39, a businessman from Baguio City, is now detained as cases of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide are being prepared against him, according to the police.  SFM/rga

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