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Teacher Evading Stray Dog Dies After Colliding to a Car in CamSur

The teacher riding a motorcycle dies after he tries to evade a stray dog on the road but ends up colliding with a car in Camarines Sur (CamSur).

According to the article of Bombo Radyo Naga, the teacher, unfortunately, died at Libmanan, Camarines Sur, after being hit by a car. Gerald Guaves, 24, a resident of Zone 2, Barangay Mataoroc, Minalabac, was identified as the victim.

Teacher Dies in CamSur

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The victim was riding on the route to Sipocot town on his motorcycle when he accidentally collided with a stray dog, according to information acquired by Bombo Radyo Naga at the Camarines Sur Police Provincial Office.

Based on the report, they lost control of the motorcycle Guaves was driving while 22-year-old John Michael Lasala was riding behind his back. Guavez, unfortunately, hit the car in his path by accident as a result of the event.

Jimmy Naisod, 41, was identified as the vehicle’s driver. During the initial investigation by the authorities, the victim was found to have wounds on various parts of his body as a result of the occurrence.

According to the report, the victim was rushed to the hospital right away, but physicians ruled him dead when he arrived. Lasal, on the other hand, was also in the hospital being treated for earning some injuries. The road mishap is currently being investigated by the local authorities.

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