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Ambush victim survives

Businesswoman Cristina Decena’s helper survived after sustaining a gunshot wound when four suspects ambushed them yesterday.

The victim was identified as 46 year old Angelina Helen Felisco.

Felisco is a household help of the Decena family at the Litrium Condominium in Makati.  Decena was with Felisco when they were ambushed.

Based on the investigation by the police, the vehicle where the victims were in was blocked by the suspects in motorcycle and started firing at them along the area of Banawe and Simon St.

The driver who’s also the son of Dacena, Danilo had to hit the motorcycles prompting the suspects to leave the scene using a different car.

The cops think that the said ambush has something to do with either “carjacking” or “kidnapping”.

However, authorities are still investigating on what cause the said ambush.   (Judie Anne Abejero)


 

Twin fire in Manila

A twin fire in separate places in Manila occurred and blazed houses in an hour.

The first fire was ignited at a five floor commercial building in Quintin Paredes St. in Binondo at about 10 a.m., which went to third alarm.

According to FO1 Rommel Lorenzo of the Manila Fire Department, the fire started at the fourth floor and spread quickly to other floors.

Another fire also broke out along Burgos St. in Tondo Manila an hour after the fire in Binondo. (Kisses Jabson)

 

Chinese Nationals nabbed for Cybercrime operations

Authorities arrested at least 35 Chinese Nationals involved in cybercrime operations in the country.

In a report by Anti-Cybercrime Group Director Police Senior Supt. Gilbert Sosa, the arrest of the foreigners happened during a consecutive raid conducted by the cops in Imus, Cavite and Las Pinas City.

From the 35 suspects, 18 of them were from Mainland China while the rest are Taiwanese.

According to Sosa, the said arrest stemmed from a complaint by Jerry Chih-Yung Wang, Executive Assistant of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office or TECO here in the Philippines.

Aside from the Chinese and Taiwanese Nationals, 30 Filipinos were also arrested because of on-line dating and cyber pornography.    (Rey Sibayan)

   

No funds for BNPP

Malacanang has decided not to give even a single centavo to the maintenance of the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant.

Energy Secretary Jericho Petilla said that he’s worried on where they will actually get the funding for the salary of the people maintaining the order of the BNPP.

Pangasinan Congresswoman Kimi Cojuangco got angry with the Malacanang’s move to stop funding the BNPP maintenance, amounting to 45 Billion pesos per year because she feels like the government is neglecting the Two Billion dollar asset of this facility.

According to Cojuango, the said facility roughly costs Six Billion dollars and the government isn’t even making use of it.

The lady Congresswoman warned the Department of Energy that she will block its 2014 budget if the latter will not find a way to fund the BNPP maintenance.

Meanwhile, Petilla assured Cojuangco that he shares the same sentiment and that he’ll do his best to find a way for the BNPP to have its own fund.   (Rey Sibayan)

 

Career grinds to a halt

There’s a big future waiting for her, however, Karyn Cecilia Velez will not be able to see that bright future after a horrific accident in Pasig City.

A badminton star, Velez sustained a head and body injury after losing control of her car along c-5 flyover.

Residents were able to rush Velez to the hospital but immediately declared dead.

According to the report, the victim’s car went zigzagging before crossing the line and hit a closed van before it stumbled. (Rommel Fuertes)

   

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