Top of the News: NAIA-1 officials allegedly finds bullet on 75-year-old passenger and Magnitude 5 quake shakes Davao Oriental

NAIA-1 officials allegedly finds bullet on 75-year-old passenger

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            Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 1 officials allegedly found a .38 calibre bullet on an old woman passenger who was supposed to fly in the US with her husband.
            The said bullet was found on shoulder’s bag of Salvacion Cortabista, 75, after it was put through the final x-ray check.
            Cortabista’s daughter, however, showed dismayed on the discovery of the bullet and denied that it is not from them.
            The daughter complained that her mother’s bag went through two other x-ray machines without any trouble not until they passed on the last x-ray check.

            As for now, Cortabista was prevented from taking their flight as the investigation on the case continues. 

Magnitude 5 quake shakes Davao Oriental

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The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Philvocs) warned to expect aftershocks following the magnitude 5.o earthquake that jolted Davao Oriental Wednesday midnight.
            According to 7 a.m. advisory of Philvocs, the earthquake happened on 1:17 a.m. causing Intensity 4 tremors in Davao Oriental, Bislig, Hinatuan, and Barobo towns in Surigao Del Sur.
            Lingig and Lianga in Surigao Del Sur, experienced Intensity 3 tremors. While Intensity 2 shaken the residents from Cagayan de Oro City, and Valencia, Bukidnon.
            Though quakes were recorded, there is no injuries and damage properties were reported.
            Despite of the low intensity of the earthquake, Philvocs advised residents of the areas to be prepared of aftershocks that might occur after the earthquake.