[Blueboard] Fw: SITUATION REPORT-Tuesday, 27 January 2004
uppa at admu.edu.ph
Tue Jan 27 11:34:09 PHT 2004
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Subject: SITUATION REPORT-Tuesday, 27 January 2004
(Tuesday, 27 January 2004)
POWER: The fire alarm at APS-Salcedo has been malfunctioning. The problem could be due to a defective control panel. The contractor and supplier are looking into this now.
COMMUNICATION: Five pending applications for PLDT direct lines could not be served because of PLDT line and central office problems. This will finally be provided next month when PLDT activates 30 additional lines.
WATER: The APS-Salcedo fire sprinkler system was found defective during a routine inspection. The problem could be due to a defective foot valve or a mismatch between the suction line and pump. This is being investigated today by the contractor and supplier of the equipment.
SECURITY: An attempted robbery was reported at 4:45 yesterday afternoon at the High School. A 2nd year student reported that while he was in the 2nd floor toilet of Dela Costa Hall, the robber came up behind him, covered his eyes with one hand, poked a stun gun (see picture below) at his neck and asked for his cell phone. The student resisted and managed to take the stun gun from the assailant after he was shoved inside the cubicle. The assailant escaped and lost himself in the crowd, as it was dismissal time.
Click here to view image http://www.admu.edu.ph/upp/situation%20report/situation270104.htm
Left picture: Shown is the "Stun Master 100-S" wrestled by the student from his assailant. Middle picture: Shows the spark generated by the stun gun. Right picture: shows the cut on the student's neck made by the stun gun when he struggled with the assailant.
The student was examined at the High School infirmary. Accompanied by his mother, he was then brought to the HealthDev for treatment of scratches on his face and small cuts in his neck he got while struggling with his assailant. The student did not see the face of his assailant, but he believes that his assailant could be from the High School or college. The investigation is ongoing.
Unlocked Offices: At 10:00 p.m. last night the roving guards assigned at the college complex, found the main door on the ground floor of Colayco Hall unlocked. Accessible inside were the offices of Tugon, KYHTE, SPEED, SANGGU and the SANGGU Concern Center. The last student to leave the building could not be identified. The guards locked the room but are requesting that the students exercise more caution in securing their offices.
PARKING: At the Loyola Heights campus, the following vehicles were found unlocked from 19 to 24 Jan.
Date Plate and Sticker Nos. Carpark Owner
19 Jan NAD-717/No sticker GS ?
BBB-888/G-0614 Delfin C.Britanico III AB IS
UUN-556/G-03833 Rochell S. Bonamy II AB COMM
WCS-476/G-00213 John Paul Dote IV AB MECO
20 Jan WEF-505/G-04912 Central Roel Angelo Papa III BS Com Tech
WCF-691/G-03519 Margaret M. Sarmiento III AB MECO
XRM-888/G-07014 Steven Norris C. Kuo III BSM
PDX-578/G-04080 Karissa Pacion IV BS BIO
21 Jan TMB-758/G-01353 North Alfredo Danganan, IV AB SOS
WNW-190/G-00349 Louie Anthony Tan, II BSME
TSL-818/G-00445 Kathleen King, IV BS PSY
UGU-288/G-00648 Frederick Evan Chua, III AB MECO
UUA-688/D-041 Jolly Morata
PMY-872/E-872 ? Fraudulent Sticker
22 Jan UUY- 707/G-06506 North Ma. Fatima E Cruz, II AB Comm.
URP- 880/G-03915 Carl Quema IV BS Mngt. Eng'g
UEL- 235/G-02766 Hansen Manuel Everga IV AB IS
XFH-130/G-05356 Nino Marco M Rabang I BS ME
WKY-526/G-02969 Jimeyya Boada IV AB SS
23 Jan TCX-173/F-180 GS Faculty Ronnie O. Chavez
PDX-570/G-04080 Central Karissa Pacion IV BS BIO
The car of an Ateneo personnel was carnapped Saturday afternoon while parked at Maginhawa Street, UP Village, Quezon City. This has been reported to the police.
TRAFFIC: A coed was bumped by a jeep while crossing the pedestrian lane near Gate 3 at 6:40 p.m. last Friday, 23 Jan. The coed was brought by campus security to the Jesuit Residence Infirmary for initial check-up. Shortly after, she was brought to Quirino Memorial Medical Center for x-ray and thorough check-up. Other than a contusion on her right thigh, the coed was alright. She was released but advised to rest. The community is advised to take precaution in crossing Katipunan particularly during rush hours.
Road crew workers under the MMDA were reported breaking a section of the island along Katipunan near La Vista and Della Strada Church around 10:30 p.m. last Saturday night, 24 January. Neem trees were removed as well. Residents in neighboring subdivisions protested and succeeded in stopping the workers.
MMDA workers again removed sections of the traffic island railings south of the pedestrian overpass close to midnight last night. It is not clear what MMDA plans to do in the area. A meeting with the DENR is scheduled at 3:00 p.m. this afternoon to discuss the traffic scheme in Katipunan. A traffic bulletin will be issued regarding this.
Please email comments to uppa at admu.edu.ph
Situation Report 27 January 2004 is also posted at http://www.admu.edu.ph/upp/advisory.htm
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