Drivers asked to drive securely after Talisay street mishap cost bike rider his life

Motorcycle rider dies in a road accident in Barangay Lawaan I Highway in Talisay City after he figures in an accident with a bus.
Motorcycle rider dies in a road accident in Barangay Lawaan I Highway in Talisay City after he figures in an accident with a bus.

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CEBU CITY, Philippines — Observe as far as possible, keep traffic rules, and consistently be mindful when you make a left turn or a correct turn.

Patrolman Juniel Labitad of the Talisay City Police Station reminded drivers about driving protectively in the midst of the February 9 street mishap including a cruiser and a transport, which came about to the passing of the bike driver.

Despite the fact that mishaps were not unsurprising, he stated, it could be forestalled.

"Amping lang gyud sa pag drive dili mag dali sa adtoan. Ang atong hunaon mama abot sa atoang trabahoan nga security," said Labitad.

(We should consistently be cautious when driving. Try not to be consistently in a rush to find a workable pace. What we should think about first is to land to our work environment securely.)

He said that in spite of the fact that these preventive measures would not ensure a zero mishap, it could assist one with avoiding street mishaps.

Labitad offered this guidance after the demise of Joe Marie Sabay, 25, the cruiser rider kicked the bucket in a mishap including a traveler transport.

The mishap occurred at 7:30 a.m. of Sunday, February 9, 2020 in Barangay Lawaan I Highway.

Examination indicated that Sabay, who was making a beeline for Naga City, was cruising along the thruway in Talisay City when the mishap occurred.

Sabay attempted to surpass a transport however he out of nowhere lost control of his bike, got lost it, got hit by the approaching transport on the contrary path while he was broadcasting live.

Sabay arrived at any rate 10 meters from his Yamaha bike and was then raced to the emergency clinic for treatment.

"Na igo siya sa (He was hit at the) front left guard sa (of the) transport," said Labitad.

Labitad said that Sabay, in any case, kicked the bucket almost three hours after the fact.

Ryan Dacula of Sibonga town in southern Cebu, driver of the Vallacar Bus engaged with the mishap, gave up to police and was confined at the Talisay City Police Station.

He was later discharged after he and Sabay's family had a friendly settlement.

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