CEBU CITY, Philippines—Nobodies of evidence will be recorded against the driver who was found to have caused the vehicular mishap that occurred along the thruway of Barangay Calajo-a, Minglanilla town, southern Cebu on Tuesday first light, March 10, 2020.
Three vehicles—a Mitsubishi Montero Sport, a Mercedes Benz car, and an Isuzu trailer truck—were associated with the mishap that occurred at around 3 a.m. on Tuesday. Nobody was severely harmed in the mishap.
In light of beginning examination from the police, the Mitsubishi Montero Sport driven by Sigfried Enriquez, 25, from San Isidro, Talisay City, found the backside of the Mercedes Benz driven by Walter Selma, 46, from Tongcop, Minglanilla.
The crash caused the two-entryway vehicle of Selma to cross to the contrary path towards the approaching truck driven by Warren Alpanta, 20, from San Fernando town.
The truck's driver had the option to maintain a strategic distance from a head on crash by swerving to one side yet the Mercedes Benz still hit the back part of the truck's trailer.
In a meeting, Enriquez conceded he may have nodded off while driving, which is the reason he found the back of Selma's Benz.
Police Staff Sergeant Ernest Lapuña of the Minglanilla Police, said that every one of the three drivers, however, chose to settle.
In any case, both Selma and Alpanta never again pushed for a grievance after a discourse with Enriquez' father.
"They verbally consented to settle. They will return here tomorrow to make it formal," Lapuña said.
The driver's permit of Enriquez was given up to police until the settlement is made authority.
Lapuña said Enriquez originated from playing a PC game and was worn out, which may conceivably be the motivation behind why he nodded off while driving.
Lapuña included that the three drivers were fortunate none of them got seriously harmed, with the exception of the vehicle of Selma, which was completely destroyed.