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Valladolid

300 Dolidnons Get Free Medical Services

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Around 300 folks from Valladolid received free medical screening, consultation and medication from Dr. Carissa Dumancas, President of Proxima Centauri in partnership with the Municipality of Valladolid and Heartbeat on July 27 and 28, 2015. Dr. Dumancas said they gave laboratory tests to the beneficiaries last week and conducted the consultation after a thorough check up of beneficiaries. Dumancas added, they are campaigning for the people to have better sense of well-being and care for their health.

Ceres Bus Figures in Another Road Mishap Kills a Boy, His Ma and Sis Injured on Way to School

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A 7-year –old boy died at Our Lady of Mercy Specialty Hospital, while his mother suffered broken legs after they were bumped by a speeding Ceres Bus in Barangay Mabini, Valladolid, Negros Occidental about 1:00pm Friday.

Police officer Joelito Oebanda, Valladolid PNP traffic investigator identified the victim as Mark Stephen Arguelles Ayanong, 7, of the said place.

His mother, Arlene Arguelles Ayanong, 40, was still confined at the hospital while his 6-year old sister, Chloe Maxin sustained bruises in the body.

Oebanda said the three were crossing the pedestrian lane in the place to catch up with the two minors classes in the school across the road when hit by a speeding Ceres Bus with body number 5121 and plate number 8WR-445 driven by Leonido Alegria Jordan, 38, of Hacienda Antolanga, Isabela.

The mother was able to push her daughter away but the only two of them were hit by the bus.

They sustained head and body injuries, while the mother had broken legs.

The Ceres Bus was on its way to Bacolod City from La Castellana when the accident happened, Oebanda added.

6 Drug Suspects Nabbed in Police Operations

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Six persons, four of them women were arrested in separate police operations against illegal drugs in Negros Occidental, Sunday.

Police identified the suspects as Floyd Decena, alias “Bonbon”, 32, of Purok 1, Barangay Palaka, Valladolid; Deny Reyes, 32, of Purok Malipayon, Barangay 35, Bacolod City.

Suicide Cases Alarm Police Anew

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Two suicide incidents resulted to the death of victims in separate incidents in Talisay City and Valladolid, Sunday.

Police authorities identi-fied the victims as Joemarie Cagayon, alias “Jelmar”, 57, of Talisay City and Aldin Samoy, 17 of Barangay Bayabas, Valladolid, Negros Occidental.

Both were found hanging inside their rooms with ropes tied on their neck. Both were declared dead on arrival at respective hospitals nearby.

Cagayon, police disclosed, had attempted to end his life several times in the past due to financial problems.

Flood Prone LGUs Should Identify Evac Centers Other Than the Schools

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Flood prone local government units should identify alternative or construct evacuation centers other than public schools.

This is one of the recommendations of Liane Garcia, provincial welfare and social welfare and development officer in her terminal report on the effects of Tropical Storm “Seniang” to Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. yesterday.

Garcia identified among the flood prone LGUs as San Enrique, Pulupandan, Valladolid, Binalbagan and Himamaylan City.