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Body of OFW who died of cardiac arrest in Dubai arrives in Pampanga

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Oct. 02, 19 | 5:16 pm

Rolly Guiam / The Filipino Times

The body of overseas Filipino worker Ma. Monica Manuel is finally home, Wednesday night, October 2.

Monica’s sister, Angela Manuel, accompanied her remains from Dubai, United Arab Emirates on board an Emirates airlines flight at 6:55 a.m. Wednesday (PH time).

At 7:20 p.m., the crate bearing her body arrived at the cargo terminal of the Clark International Airport.

The 27-year-old OFW was taken to a funeral home in Sta. Rita.

She will be transferred to Sto. Domingo, Lubao, Pampanga, where her grieving family awaits her return.

She died of cardiac arrest in Dubai last September 27, a month after she was diagnosed of stage 4 liver cancer.

During those times, her sister Angela, who also works in the UAE, was her only constant.

It only took five days to repatriate her body thanks to prompt assistance of Philippine officials in the UAE and in the country.

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