JUST IN: PNP Official in Coma for 7 Months Due To Laguna Chopper Crash Dies

PNP Official Involved in Chopper Crash in Laguna Last March Dies

PNP OFFICIAL – The official of the Philippine National Police who was left in coma by a Laguna chopper crash in March died.

Last March, a chopper boarded by several officials of the Philippine National Police (PNP) crashed in Laguna. One of those who was aboard the aircraft was PNP Chief Archie Francisco Gamboa.

Gamboa was in San Pedro City to inspect the vehicles impounded by the police. After the inspection, he and his companions were set to fly to Calamba City using a new chopper. The aircraft was a Bell 429 chopper that was bought in 2017.

However, an accident took place shortly after the chopper had its takeoff. The aircraft strangled in the power lines causing it to crash. The officials were rescued and rushed to the hospital.

Photo Source: Manila Bulletin

The Laguna helicopter crash left a PNP official in coma – PNP Director for Comptrollership Jose Maria Victor “Joevic” Ramos. He was admitted in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of a hospital in Binan, Laguna.

Ramos suffered from facial fractures. He had reflexes but was in a state of coma and the hospital did not allow transferring him due to his very serious condition.

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Recently, an update about PNP Director for Comptrollership Jose Maria Victor “Joevic” Ramos who was left in coma by the Laguna helicopter crash crossed the surface. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, after 7 months of being in coma, the PNP official died.

As of this writing, there are still no further details about the passing of the official. More updates may be posted soon.

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