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‘Call Center Agent Dies in Bathroom’

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A 21-year-old female call center agent was suspected to have been electrocuted while taking a bath in her boarding house’s bathroom Monday night in Bacolod City.


BACOLOD CITY WATER DISTRICT (BACIWA) Board of Directors, from right to left, Marichi Ramos; Atty. Lawrence Villanueva, Chairman of the Board; Atty. Lorendo Dilag; Legal Counsels Atty. Roger "Brick" Reyes & Atty. Bing Sedonio, and OIC-Gen. Mgr.-designate Darwin Destacamento during Monday’s press conference at GT Hotel, during which they revealed plans to file detention charges against Baciwa GM Atty. Juliana Carbon and several employees.*(Jun de los Reyes/NDB photos)

Police Station 1 identified the victim as Lorna Casugod of Brgy. 2, Pontevedra, Negros Occidental.

The victim was taking a bath in a bathroom of N & G building near downtown Bacolod when the light went out.


ENERGREEN POWER COMPANY BRIEFING. From left, Bacolod City Councilor Alex Paglumotan, Atty. Vicente Petierre III, and mediaman John Elmer Ubaldo during Saturday’s briefing at Avenue Suites Hotel of Energreen that is building a diesel fuel-powered plant in Calumangan, Bago City that will supply cheap power to CENECO.*.

She shouted for help but but it took several minutes for her boardmates and a guard to open the locked bathroom.

They called for police assistance while others continued to break the door until it was opened.

They saw the body of Casugod still grasping for breath.

2 Minors Die in Separate Mishaps

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Two minors were killed in separate vehicular accidents in Victorias City and La Castellana.

Police identified the victims as Roel Muyco, 16, of Victorias and Noel Seraspi, 11, of Hda. Conchita, Brgy. Sag-ang, La Castellana.

Muyco was dragged by his own motorcycle after he hit a rope tied to a carabao that accidentally crossed the highway at 6:00 AM Wednesday in Hda. Felisa 2 in Victorias.

He hit a hard object and passed out. He died at Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital due to hemorrhage.

Yolanda Victims’ Foodstuff to Arrive in Cadiz

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The P600 million worth of foodstuff for typhoon Yolanda in northern Negros Occidental is set to directly arrive at the port of Cadiz City, Liane Garcia, the Negros Occidental Provincial Social Development officer, disclosed.

There are about 515,071 packs of foodstuff being stored at the Regional Office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development in Iloilo City, she said.

It is part of the province’ allocations, she added.

Each foodstuff costs P1, 250 intended for families affected by Yolanda.

2 Suspects Charged for Possession of Grenade, Firearm in Escalante City

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Police filed charges of illegal possession of grenade and firearm against two suspects subdued by police and Army soldiers in a brief chase Saturday afternoon.

Police and army soldiers responded to a shooting incident involving two groups about 5:35 PM Saturday in front of Dr. Vicente Gustilo Memorial District Hospital in Sitio Bug-as, Brgy. Balintawak, Escalante City.

Supt. Leo Batiles, Escalante City police chief identified the suspects as Segundino Pescador De Oro, Jr., 35 and Jhoniel Española, 28, both of Brgy. Langub in the city.

Ma Suffocates Daughter Before Suicide in Pension House

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The result of autopsy indicates that it was suicide on the part of the mother who killed her daughter first inside a pension house here Friday noon, August 22.

SPO3 Arlene Torendon, acting head of the Women’s and Children Protection Desk of Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) said, Dr. Eli Cong of Bacolod City Health Office conducted the autopsy to victims Leah Segovia Cañete, 34, married and her daughter, Hannah Kate, 3, both of Brgy. Lopez Jaena, Murcia, Negros Occidental.

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