[Blueboard] SITUATION REPORT-Tuesday, 23 March 2004

uppa uppa at admu.edu.ph
Tue Mar 23 09:44:29 PHT 2004


 
SITUATION REPORT
(Tuesday, 23 March 2004)
 
POWER: Excavation between Berchmans and Xavier Halls is for the upgrading of the main feeder line for Xavier Hall.  
 
TRAFFIC: Two accidents occurred along Katipunan early morning of Saturday, 20 March.  Fortunately nobody was hurt in both accidents.   
 
The first accident involved a driver who lost control of his car and hit the center island in front of Max's Restaurant at 4 am.  He was driving without a license. 
 
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Damaged center island barrier in front of Max's Restaurant.  
The damaged vehicle was towed away before pictures could be taken.
 
The other involved an Ateneo student coming from Libis who was taking a friend home.  As she was making a U-turn from the outer lane at 2 a.m., a speeding ten-wheeler sideswiped her vehicle.  
 
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Damaged student's car near the Ateneo fence at the creek separating Miriam College from Ateneo property.  
 
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Pictures of the Ateneo fence hit by the student's car.  Taken the day after the accident happened.
 
 
 
At 8:33 p.m. last Sunday, 21 March a southbound Honda Civic reportedly made a U-turn again from the outer lane after the pedestrian overpass.  A speeding taxi hit the Honda Civic (pictures below).  Nobody was injured in the accident.
 
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The Honda Civic and taxi involved in the accident are shown near the pedestrian overpass shortly after the accident occurred.   
 
 
At 11:30 p.m. last night (Monday, 22 March), a vehicle coming from the service road near Max's Restaurant crossed Katipunan to the U-turn under the pedestrian crossover. It was hit by a southbound vehicle.  Both lady drivers were not hurt in the accident.  
 
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LEFT: Mitsubishi coming from the service road hit by a Nissan  
RIGHT: Close up of impact.
 
 
SECURITY:  A coed coming from the pedestrian overpass was going to the JGSOM/PLDT CTC complex when was harassed by an exhibitionist between 2 to 3 p.m. last Saturday afternoon, 13 March.  The exhibitionist was wearing a black shirt and dark colored pants.  The coed ran away and reported the incident to the guards.  A search was immediately conducted but the exhibitionist eluded apprehension.  More frequent patrols are now being conducted by security in the area. 
  
In APS-Rockwell, a 3rd year law student reported missing her wallet and cellular phone when she momentarily left their food sale table on the ground floor.  Her companions noticed that a woman had approached the table closest to where the bag and cellular phone were place.  Fortunately, the victim managed to contact the thief and offered a PhP5,000 reward for the return of her cellphone.  Two hours later the cellular phone was recovered and the thief apprehended.  No reward was given and no charges were filed against the thief, Emma San Jose, a laundrywoman from Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati City. 

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EMMA SAN JOSE
38 years old, married, resident of 9550 Kalayaan Ave., Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati City.
 
 
Loyola Schools
 
A 2nd year BS ME student was held up in front of BPI-Family Bank across Gate 3 at 4:30 p.m. while waiting for his driver last Thursday, 18 March.  A white or silver Mitsubishi Adventure stopped in front of him. The passengers grabbed his Nokia 6600.  The student resisted but the occupants of the vehicle, about nine of them ganged up on him.  The student lost his cellular phone and incurred cuts and 
abrasions. He managed to smash the back window of the vehicle.  The student suspects that the thieves were high school students, based on their appearance.  Unfortunately, he was not able to note down the  plate number of the car.
 
Grade School
 
On Saturday morning, 20 March JOSEPHINE H. ENGAY was apprehended at Gate 1. She had been reported to have stolen a cell phone a week earlier.  As she was leaving the campus, the pursuing guards saw her throwing ID cards outside Gate 1.  The suspect claimed to be a parent, a yaya and a fetcher at various times.  The parents of the Grade School student filed charges against the suspect at the PNP Precinct 9. 
 
 
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JOSEPHINE H. ENGAY
42 years old, of 13-B Perez St., Pansol Balara and 430 Manga St., Filinvest Homes, Quezon City. 


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Three Grade School ID cards, cash and other items recovered from the suspect by security.
 
PARKING:  Cars found unlocked in carparks week of 15 to 20 March are:
 
Date                 Plate/sticker no.                        Carpark                        Owner
 
15 Mar             WKG-857/G-02472                     East                  Kristine Yabut, 1 BS MGT
UUE-556/G-03833                      Central             Rochell Samantha Chua, 2 AB COMM 
18 Mar             WJA-890/G-12624                      Diversion          Sam Lim, Grade 5
19 Mar             UCW-534/D-567                        GS Faculty        Sandra A. Lavenia DISCS
XJM- 937/D-498                         GS Faculty        Carlos W. Cabochan MGNT
20 Mar             WJL-267/G-02459                     East Carpark      Jericson Co, 2 AB BCH
 
 
ldm230304  
 
Please email comments to uppa at admu.edu.ph 
Situation Report 23 March 2004 is also posted at http://www.admu.edu.ph/upp/advisory.htm  

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