The Philippine Consulate General in Osaka is currently assisting the
Filipino victims of the November 28 road accident in Kameyama City, Mie
A four-person consular team led by Philippine Consul Ganeral Maria Lourdes Ramiro-Lopez is in Kameyama City to check on the conditions of those injured and to coordinate with police and the victims’ employers on assistance to the Filipinos.
Twenty-six Filipino employees of Sharp Kameyama and their Japanese driver were on a minibus heading to their worksplace at the Sharp Kameyama, a liquid crystal panel factory in the city, when their vehicle collided with a truck at an intersection.
The incident left six dead, 11 critically injured and nine slightly injured.
Among the 11 critically injured, three of them have been released from the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.
The nine slightly injured Filipinos were discharged on November 28.
The fatalities are Mabini Bangi Paler III, 30 year old; Analou Paler Dogami, 30; Randy Bayron Cornel, 30; Alma Dula Adarlo, 33; Remedios Bertoldo Cargullo, 24; and Ceferino Salengua Pedro Jr., 28.
Sharp Kameyama and the Consulate General are working on the documentation requirements for the repatriation of the victims’ remains to the Philippines, as well as extending assistance to those who are in the hospital, among others.
Kameyama police authorities arrested the truck driver, 45-year old Takao Moriwaki. The driver was required to stop at the crossroad.
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