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Thursday, July 17, 2008

1 killed 8 injured in 14th street accident - 1 under ICU

In a rush to get to hospital, van carrying patient figures in road accident

A 39-year-old man was killed while at least eight people were injured Wednesday night when, in a rush to get to the hospital, a van carrying a heart attack victim figured in a road mishap in Olongapo City.

Radio dzXL reported Thursday morning that friends of Michael Medina, 39, were rushing him to the James Gordon Memorial hospital after he suffered from a heart attack when a motorcycle hit their Delica van (RDT-688) at the corner of 14th Street and Rizal Avenue in West Tapinac around 10:45 p.m.

The collision caused the van to swerve and crash into a parked van (XCD-762) before turning turtle.

Medina, a line worker of RS Construction, was declared dead on arrival at the hospital after the road accident.

While his companions Ebenezer dela Cruz, 70; Joseph Agtoca, 39; Cresilito Abunin, 27; Alvin Lahada, 21; Nilo Gomez, 39; and Alex Avila, 37; and van driver Fernando Decillo, 37 were injured in the accident.

Also severely injured was motorcycle driver Eduardo Moraten, 44, who remained at the hospital's intensive care unit as of Thursday morning. - Johanna Camille Sisante, GMANews.TV

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