Bodies of drowned victims have been recovered
The State Park Lifeguards, Coast Guard and Sta. Cruz Harbor Patrol finally found the bodies of the two Filipinas who drowned in California, USA.
The victims, Leanne Binyas-Semana and Aylene Semana accompanied their respective husbands during a fishing trip at Bonny Doon Beach near Sta. Cruz.
Their vessel accidentally got swept away by big waves. Their husbands immediately tried to rescue them but failed to do so. They went to the authorities for help after that.
The Sta. Cruz County Sheriff was fast in declaring that there was no foul play involved and what happened to the two Filipinas was an accident.
Meanwhile, a 72 year old zoo caretaker suffered a grim fate in Italy as he became the main course of three tigers.
The said caretaker’s job was to feed the tigers inside their cages but, unfortunately, the tigers were more interested in eating him.
In 2009, there was already a notice for the zoo in Turin, Italy to be shut down because of funding problems. However, the nine tigers and one leopard remained at the said compound.
The wife of the victim was able to ask for help but it was already too late as his husband’s body was torn into pieces. (Rey Sibayan)
Blessed Pope John Paul II’s second miracle
Blessed John Paul II along with Pope John XXIII could be on their way to Sainthood before the year ends.
This was according to the Italian news media after a congregation yesterday in Vatican City for the Canonization of the former leaders of the church.
In the said congregation, Pope Francis I approved the second miracle performed by Pope John Paul II. (Luisito Antonio Santos)