Remains of second victim in Singapore car crash to arrive in PH tonight

Marje Pelayo

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Embassy in Singapore confirmed that the remains of Arlyn Nucos, 50 arrived at Clark International Airport on Wednesday (January 1).

She was received by her family together with representatives from the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA).

Her remains were immediately flown to her hometown in Caba, La Union.

Meanwhile, the remains of Abigail Danao Leste, 41, will be repatriated today (January 2).

Consul General Bernie Candola confirmed that the shipment will be on board Philippine Airlines PR 512 set to leave tonight at 8:00 PM and will arrive in Manila at 11:40 PM.

The two Filipinas died on the spot when a car hit them at the parking exit pavement behind Lucky Plaza Mall on Sunday (December 30).

The 64-year-old driver of the involved vehicle was immediately arrested.

Meanwhile, the Embassy confirmed that two of the four Filipinos injured in the car crash were already discharged while the other two remain in the hospital.

EMBASSY OFFICIAL STATEMENT | Update on the Six Filipinos Involved in the Car Crash Incident

Posted by Philippine Embassy in Singapore on  Wednesday, 1 January 2020

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