2 students hit by mayors car

BAYAMBANG–Two high school students of the Bayambang National High School were sideswiped inside their campus last Thursday by a vehicle owned by the municipal mayor here.

The two, Adrenni Joy Abordo, 13, resident of Barangay Buayaen and Michelle Lavarias, 14, resident of Barangay Bani, are reportedly now in safe condition after suffering minor injuries.

The accident happened around 7:45 a.m. when the driver, Lorenzo Serrano, 38, and a resident of Barangay Telbang, lost control of the white Toyota Fortuner owned by Mayor Ricardo Camacho as he was steering towards the school’s main building to park the vehicle.

The victims were immediately brought to the Sto. Niño hospital for treatment.—LM

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