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19 Filipinos injured in road accident in Italy

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Oct. 22, 19 | 8:20 am

Some 19 Filipinos were injured in a public utility vehicle accident in Via Cassia, Rome last October 16.

The Department of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that they are now monitoring the situation of the injured Filipinos.

Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Candy S. Cypres-Bauzon reported that the Embassy was able to identify and obtain the contact details of the 19 injured Filipinos.

“Nine were interviewed, all of whom said have received immediate medical attention. They also claimed to have suffered muscle trauma. Three of them sustained wounds on the forehead while two had fractures on their shoulder and leg. According to doctors who evaluated the Filipinos, no one was critically injured,” the Embassy said in a statement.

“The Embassy will continue to coordinate with Italian authorities as conduct of investigation to determine the cause of the accident is still in progress,” the statement added.

The DFA assures that it will continue to provide more updates and provide necessary assistance to Filipinos affected by the accident.

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UAE exceeds 18,000 recoveries

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Ras Al Khaimah to reopen restaurants, gyms on June 3

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