By Staff
Published 05:39 AM, December 26, 2020

Biliran, Biliran— Authorities have been warning the public not to drive their vehicles, especially single motorcycles, after coming from a drinking session for fear that they might meet an accident. This warning happened to a laborer when a self accident occurred about 2:40 p.m. of Christmas Day (Dec 25) along the national highway in Brgy. Bato of this municipality.

Biliran Chief of Police Capt. Romeo Sudario identified the victim as Nardo Remitera, 55, married, laborer and a resident of the said place.

Case investigator Police Staff Sergeant Jershon Gervacio said that the victim was riding on a motorcycle Suzuki Smash, color black with temporary plate number 0801-033250 and traveling from Brgy. Bato proper going to the direction of the municipality of Naval, Biliran.

However, upon reaching the place of accident the victim, who was under the influence of liquor, lost control of his driven motorcycle when it swerved and in fell on the side of the road of the concrete road, causing the driver to slump at the concrete road before falling to a meter deep edge of the road.

The victim was immobile when rescue workers brought him to the Rural Health Center, where he was declared dead on arrival by the attending physician.

The victim’s motorcycle was brought to the Biliran Police Station for proper disposition while the victim was brought to a local funeral parlor. –


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