FAllRosario HofileƱa, 64, shown after falling over the bags of the man, right, who calmly walks away while people rush to help her, in the scene captured by the airport CCTV.*

Farm vehicles torched

Eight men claiming to be New People’s Army rebels, burned and destroyed two cargo trucks and two tractors owned by the Universal Starch Corp. in Hacienda Cabiguhan, Brgy. To-oy, Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental, at 9 a.m. yesterday.

Senior Supt. Milko Lirazan, Negros Occidental police director, placed the damage at P3 million, based on the initial investigation of the Himamaylan City police.

Lirazan, however, said he is not inclined to believe that the suspects are members of the NPA, as one of them was identified as a disgruntled former worker of the company, based on the testimony of a witness.moremoremore

Airport culprit
search goes viral

A video showing a man whose bags caused an elderly Bacolod resident to trip and suffer serious injuries at the pre-departure area of the Bacolod Silay Airport in Silay City has gone viral.

As of last night the video posted by Charlotte Lopez Hofileña on her Facebook page Monday had 242,669 hits.

The airport CCTV video shows how her mother, Rosario Hofilena, 64, of Barangay Taculing, Bacolod, was injured.

Charlotte is calling on the public to identify the man and help her family attain justice for the April 22, 2014 incident..moremoremore

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NegOr cops mourn death
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The Philippine National Police in Negros Oriental joined the nationwide mourning and massive condemnation of the deaths of at least 43 members of the elite PNP Special Action Force while hunting down alleged terrorists in Mamasapano town, Maguindanao, Sunday.

Flags were flying at half-staff at the PNP provincial office at Camp Fernandez in Agan-an, Sibulan, at the Dumaguete City police station, and all other police stations and units in the province.moremoremore