Luzon Earthquake Victims: Heartbreaking Photo Of Grieving Parents

Heartbreaking Photo Of Grieving Parents after Luzon Earthquake

LUZON EARTHQUAKE – The heartbreaking photo of grieving parents after the earthquake in Luzon went viral.

The earthquake that happened on April 22 in Luzon could possibly be the strongest earthquake for this year.

Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) recorded 405 aftershocks following the 6.1 magnitude earthquake yesterday.

Photo Source: SUNSTAR

In a previous article, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) confirmed that the powerful earthquake ‘killed’ 7 people and numerous people injured.

NDRRMC spokesperson Edgar Posadas stated that there are 24 missing after the quake. Those people were probably stuck inside the Chuzon Supermarket in Porac, Pampanga.

Luzon Earthquake 1
Photo Source: ABS-CBN News

Pampanga is among the most affected places in Luzon. The Chuzon supermarket collapsed due to the strong shock.

Posadas and a team of rescuers directed their focus on the destroyed supermarket.

Chuzon Supermarket
Photo Source: Philippine Star

Unfortunately, a family was reportedly victimized by the powerful earthquake.

Based on a report from CNN, a man named Jason Dela Cruz survived the collapse, however, he lost his wife Manilyn and 2 children named Jacob (6) and Haylee (1).

Jason calls for an investigation into the incident. The man questioned why the supermarket is the only ones affected by the earthquake.

Photo Source: ABS-CBN

According to the report, Public Works Secretary Mark Villar ordered to investigate the infrastructure of all the branches of the Chuzon grocery store.

Luzon Earthquake 1
Photo Source: Inquirer

Manila Bulletin shared the heartbreaking photo of grieving parents on Facebook.

Jason Dela Cruz’s parents Sanita and Romeo Dela Cruz were undeniably hurt of the untimely death of their grandchildren and daughter in law.

Photo Source: @Manila Bulletin FB

The post gathered various reactions from the netizens. Here are some of their comments on the post:

@Yolly Silvestre Quito: “Our deepest sympathy to the whole family may their souls rest in peace”

@Ignacio Sabas Mamposte: “Napakahalaga po ang building permit, minsan kasi nadadala sa suhol, hindi na tinitignan yung tibay ng isang gusali”

@Jen Matias: “Hopefully, the government look at their structure. Medyo maliliit yung mga pundasyon.”

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