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Three Volunteers Die in a Car Crash after Delivering Donations to Evacuees

Photo: Darwin Lajara, Rio Abel, and Maximino Alcantara III Facebook

Three younger volunteers died yesterday in a tragic automotive accident whereas doing rescue efforts for Taal Volcano eruption victims in San Jose, Batangas, Philippines. Police report has confirmed the loss of life of Darwin Lajara (26 years previous), Rio Abel (22 years previous), and Maximino Alcantara III (22 years previous) on their manner again house after doing a reduction operation to lots of of evacuees on the mentioned place. The accident occurred at round 1:30 am on January 14, Tuesday. 

On their manner whereas alongside the Banaybanay I nationwide freeway in San Jose, The Mitsubishi Lancer pushed by Maximino crashed with a trailer truck that was coming into a gate, resulting in his on the spot loss of life together with Abel. Meanwhile, Dawin Lajara was rushed to the closest hospital but additionally died a number of hours later. As of this second, there is no such thing as a data to this point relating to the funeral wake of those three courageous younger volunteers.


According to a social media put up by an individual named Maria Cristina Floren, Rio Abel, born on May 22, 1997, was a former SK chairman in Batangas and was a chef in a Japanese restaurant named Marugame Philippines earlier than his loss of life occurred. Meanwhile, there is no such thing as a additional data but about Darwin Lajara other than the place he lived which can also be in San Jose, Batangas. Both Abel and Lajara are college students from De La Salle University. 

In the meantime, the Province of Cavite was declared underneath “state of calamity” yesterday by its officers because of a gathering. As of now, Taal volcano stays at alert degree quantity four in accordance with PHIVOLCS advisory this morning. It nonetheless threatens hazardous eruption at any time inside hours or days. There have been 200 evacuation facilities to this point in Batangas and Cavite, catering 40,000 evacuees, in accordance with National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC). So far, there have been 53,000 reported individuals affected by Taal volcano’s eruption. Most of those victims nonetheless want donations of any sorts and authorities are nonetheless inviting volunteers to assist the victims. 


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