Kin of Tanay accident victims claim bodies from funeral home

Four of bodies of students who died in the tourist bus accident in Tanay, Rizal have been brought home by their families from Majar Funeral Homes in Novaliches, Quezon City.

15 of 59 persons died in the mishap that happened at past 8 am on Monday, when the vehicle crashed into an electric post along a downhill highway in Sitio Bayucal, Barangay Sampaloc.

Initial reports say the Panda Coach bus was travelling at high speed.

14 of the fatalities were brought to Majar Funeral Parlor.

One of those killed was a Muslim and the victim's family immediately claimed the remains for burial.

Representatives from Bestlink College in Novaliches, Quezon City showed up at the funeral parlor on Monday night and talked with the families of the students who died.

Twenty other students were injured in the mishap.

Topics: Tanay , bus , accident , Panda Coach
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