Lorenzo Zayco District Hospital
A 60-year old woman and her brother were wounded in a stabbing incident that occurred about 4AM, Sunday at Brgy. Oringao in Kabankalan City.
Police identified the victims as Magdalena Decino, 60, widow, who was wounded on her left arm and her brother, Elvin, 42, who sustained multiple stab wounds in his body. Both are residents of Purok Tuburan, Brgy. Oringao who were brought to Lorenzo Zayco District Hospital for medical treatment.
A 23-year old woman in Ilog town was discovered suspended on their ceiling with a rope tied around her neck about 7 p.m., Saturday.
Ilog Police identified the victim as Grace Villa, of Sitio Hugno, Brgy. Manalad who was found by her live-in partner, Dimitrio Garlitos Jr., 28 years old.
Garlitos related to investigators that he found Villa hanging on the ceiling of their bedroom with a rope tied around her neck. was rushed to Lorenzo Zayco Memorial District Hospital but was declared dead by attending physicians. Her remains were brought to Virtug Funeral Homes in Brgy. 9, Kabankalan City for post mortem examination.
Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. signed the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Philippine Mental Health Association (PMHA) Negros Occidental-Bacolod Chapter through its chairperson Gloria M. Tajanlangit for the implementation of a project entitled: "Bringing Mental Health Services to the Community" during the Health Board meeting at the Governor’s Office, Thurs-day, December 13, 2012.
The Provincial Mental Health Program, which will tap the services and expertise of PMHA Negros Occidental-Bacolod Chapter, will be implemented under close supervision of the Provincial Health Office (PHO) in six Core Referral Hospitals in the province namely: Vicente Gustilo District Hospital in Escalante City; Cadiz District Hospital; Teresita Jalandoni Provincial Hospital in Silay City; Valladolid District Hospital; Gov. Valeriano Gatuslao Memorial Hospital in Himamaylan City and the Lorenzo Zayco District Hospital in Kabankalan City.
Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. (seated, 2nd from right) and Gloria Tajanlangit, chairperson, PMHA Negros Occidental-Bacolod Chapter (seated, 2nd from left) at the MOA signing for the project "Bringing Mental Health Services to the Community."*(CAPITOLPhoto)
A sexagenarian was pronounced dead at Lorenzo D. Zayco District Hospital for sustaining a stab wound allegedly inflicted by a 16-year old girl, Friday evening at Sitio San Jose, Brgy. Salong in Kabankalan City.
The teenager whose name was withheld by NDB told police probers that Clarito Jowa, 69, was under the influence of liquor when he tried to snatch the girl’s cellular phone and attempted to stab her. She also said that she was able to grab the victim’s hand holding the knife and accidentally hit him on the left arm.
A 51-year old resident of Ilog town allegedly stabbed his buddy dead about 9:30 p.m., Sunday at Sitio Bacotod, Brgy. Andulauan.
Initial investigation said Hendrick Ello alias Badoy, 34, reportedly attacked his friend identified as Remy Alabe, 51, using a bladed weapon. The latter succumbed to multiple stab wounds in the different parts of his body.
It added that both appeared to be under the influence of liquor and argued which led to the commotion.
The victim was brought to Lorenzo D. Zayco Memorial District Hospital in Kabankalan City but was pronounced dead by attending physicians.
Ello fled after the incident and remains at-large. Manhunt operation is still being conducted.
Four police officers of Cauayan Police Station were injured when their vehicle figured in a road accident, Thursday morning along the national road in Kilometer 105, Brgy. Galicia, Ilog town.
Investigation revealed that the mobile patrol car of Cauayan Police with plate number SET 655 driven by PO2 Anthony Perez, of Brgy. Poblacion, Cauayan while driving along the said road accidentally lost its control and fell to the left side of the highway.
The Negros Occidental Comprehensive Health Program (NOCHP) has so far enrolled about 85,000 families, and benefited about 15,000 members who were hospitalized, Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. said Monday.
The governor said they are not keen on enrolling NOCHP to private hospitals, instead the funds will be put to public hospitals run by the provincial government so that the proceeds will be used for improving these facilities.
A 35-year old Ilog man is being hunted for allegedly hacking his kin about 9AM, Monday at Sitio Mabua, Brgy. Pinggot in the said town.
Local police authorities said that Eduardo Mehay hacked Pablo Mehay hitting him on the head and left arm cutting his left thumb. He was brought to Lorenzo D. Zayco Memorial District Hospital for medical treatment.
Two motorcycle riders were killed while three others were injured in separate road accidents that took place, Tuesday in Isabela and Ilog towns.
In Isabela, PSInsp. Jayson Manguilimutan said that 38-year old Marvin Ogatis, of Sitio Talasa, Brgy. Guinpana-an, Moises Padilla was declared dead by attending physicians at the Ignacio Arroyo District Hospital (IADH).Ogatis was with his neighbors Lauron Demillo, 18 and Amay Sa-onoy, 24, who was driving the motorcycle, when the accident occured about 11:15PM, Tuesday in Isabela.
A farmer in Kabankalan City was rushed to Lorenzo Zayco District Hospital after he was hacked multiple times allegedly by his neighbor near their residence in Brgy. Tapi, Saturday afternoon.
Arturo Vicente, 58, a farmer from Sitio Candiacap, Brgy. Tapi sustained multiple hack wounds on different parts of his body allegedly inflicted by his neighbor identified as Leonardo Paglumotan alias Ming-ming, 49 years old.
Police investigators are still conducting follow-up investigation to determine motive of the case and to arrest the suspect.