[Trending Now] Heartbreaking: Pharmacy Student Was Among The Victims In The Tragic Explosion in Davao!
A supposedly future pharmacist was included among the list of the victims of the Davao bombing last Friday night. The girl who was ide...
A supposedly future pharmacist was included among the list of the victims of the Davao bombing last Friday night.
The girl who was identified as Kristelle Decolongon was a 2nd year Pharmacy student at the San Pedro College (SPC) and is living at Brgy. Libertad, Surallah in South Cotabato according to her mother Valentina. She was invited by her friends to celebrate another friend’s birthday at Roxas Avenue when the incident happened. She acquired injury in her pelvis which was reported to contribute largely in her death according to his father, Joel.
95.7 Brigada News FM Koronadal shared a photo of Krstelle smiling which is now circulating around the social media. Meanwhile, Pres. Rodrigo Duterte pledged to help Kristelle’s family regarding the expenses of Kristelle’s burial and travel expenses of her remnants.
The Davao City bombing which left 14 people dead including Kristelle Decolongon was reported to be an act of the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) as they already claimed responsibility of it.
The bombing made by the ASG to send a message to Pres. Duterte included a pregnant woman among its casualties and hurted at least 67 more people.
“Yun ay pauna lamang, dahil kung titingnan natin ay parang itinarget niya talaga ang Jolo, Sulu, kaya gaya nga ng sinabi namin na itatarget din namin kung saan siya nanggaling,” Abu Rami, the ASG spokesperson said quoting from kickerdaily.com
On the other hand, Daily Inquirer released an article that said Muammar Askali, ASG spokesman clarified that their ally group Daulat Ul Islamiya was behind the Davao City bombing as they sympathizes with the ASG since the group is experiencing pressure from the government’s military attacks in Sulu.
Meanwhile, ABS-CBN published a list of the 14 people who died from the bombing which includes; Larida, Daniel; Larida, Melanie Faith; Adremesin, Jay; Cagantas, Rogelio; Basilisco, Mercy; Decolongon, Kristelle; Merisido, Ruth; Salvador, Reynaldo; Biscocho, Eufemia; Reyes, Christian Denver; Sobrecary, Evelyn; and three others who are still unidentified.