Monday, 17 September 2012 13:44
An former airman was killed after his driven motorcycle accidentally bumped by a passenger jeep along the highway of Barangay Sinunuc, this city, Friday night.
The fatality was identified as Philippine Air Force Master Sergeant Dennis Latosa y Callos, a resident of Parang Lumba, Siayan, Zamboanga del Norte Province.
Police said the victim was bumped by a PUJ bearing plate number JVM 976 driven by Hasim Salip y Salippani, 50, married, and a resident of Lower Calarian, this city.
The victim sustained severe head injury and was rushed to Ciudad Medical Zamboanga hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival by the attending physician.
Prior to the incident, the victim was driving his red motorcycle Honda Wave 100cc with license plate number JM 1501 coming from Zamboanga Square Garden cockpit to towards the west coast direction when the accident happned.
The body of the victim was brought to La Merced Funeral Home for the post mortem examination while both involved vehicles were impounded at Sinunuc Police Station for proper custody.
The PUJ driver hurried escaped towards unknown direction, said Sinunuc Police Station commander Sr. Inspector Arthur Alejandro.
Appropriate case was readied by the police investigator against the suspect in court.
By Eugene A. Lasprilla
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