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MANILA � The military is not inclined to believe that one of its Marawi veterans, shot by the police in Aurora, Zamboanga del Sur, was suffering from combat stress, Army spokesperson Brig. Gen. Restituto Padilla said late Thursday.
He said that is very unlikely as the companions of Pfc. Rudillo Bartolome in the 53rd Infantry Battalion saw nothing strange in his behavior that would indicate that he is suffering from combat stress before he left camp. Padilla added that, if is he was, it would have been impossible for Bartolome to commute and reach home.
The trooper was shot dead by police officers after he allegedly pulled his .45-caliber pistol when accosted by the law enforcers Wednesday.
Joint military and police investigations are ongoing.
Bartolome was given an overnight pass by his superiors to visit his family in Midsalip, Zamboanga del Sur. He had been deployed to help neutralize the Maute Group terrorists following the May 23 rampage in Marawi City.
Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA — Thirteen major roads in three cities in Metro Manila will undergo repair works this weekend starting 11 p.m. Friday, according to the Department of Public Works and Highways � National Capital Region (DPWH-NCR).
DPWH-NCR Director Melvin Navarro said the concrete re-blocking and repair would be done on 10 roads in Quezon City, two in Pasig City, and one in Caloocan City.
The road repairs in Quezon City include the second lane, northbound direction of Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) before North Avenue; second lane, southbound direction of A. Bonifacio Avenue between Mauban Street and Dome Street; truck lane of E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue before Green Meadows; truck lane of E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue after Boni Serrano Flyover; second lane, northbound direction of Mindanao Avenue before Sauyo Road;
Fourth lane of C.P. Garcia Avenue from Ginhawa Street to Katipunan Avenue; northbound direction of V. Luna Road between East Avenue and Kalayaan Avenue; third lane, northbound direction of Congressional Avenue Extension between Visayas Avenue and Tandang Sora; second lane of Quirino Highway between Regalado Avenue North to La Mesa Dam; and, first lane, westbound direction of Luzon Avenue between Commonwealth Avenue and Congressional Avenue.
In Pasig City, concrete re-blocking will start on southbound direction of C-5 Road near Julia Vargas and along Manila East Road in front of SM East Ortigas.
Road works on the northbound section of MacArthur Highway near Monumento Circle in Caloocan City will also be conducted.
With this, Navarro advised motorists and the travelling public to take alternate routes due to expected traffic build-up near the affected road sections.
The roads will re-open at 5 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 28.
Source: Philippine News Agency