Fifteen people died in bus crash in barangay Lutopan, Toledo City, Cebu province

Cebu Bus Accident

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Yet another bus crash on Cebu island. I reduced my articles on the incidents purely because there seem to be an excessive amount of crashes which are literally happening daily where multiple people die. But the crash in Toledo City death rate was so high I have write about it in the hope that some officials will sort these buses out as the pattern of accidents all seem to relate to brake failures.

Getting back to this incident 15 people died and another 48 were injured when a bus ran into a house in barangay Lutopan, Toledo City, Cebu province at around 5 p.m. the Corominas bus came from Cebu city heading to Tuburan Cebu Province. Initial reports in the area from eye witnesses have said that it appeared the bus lost its brakes and then ran into the house. One of the walls on the house was damaged although all inhabitants of the home were uninjured all fatalities from the accident were passengers travelling on the bus. The driver of the bus immediately handed himself over to police after the incident.

14 comments for “Fifteen people died in bus crash in barangay Lutopan, Toledo City, Cebu province

  1. TropicalPenpals
    July 3, 2010 at 4:00 pm

    New blog post: . – Fifteen people died in bus crash in barangay Lutopan, Toledo City, Cebu province

  2. Marilou Gasta
    July 4, 2010 at 1:37 am

    It was our house

  3. erolf
    July 4, 2010 at 2:06 am

    kumustah man mo mam?

  4. Tropicalpenpals
    July 4, 2010 at 11:37 am

    Marilou were you at home at the time of the accident when the bus hit your home?

  5. Tropicalpenpals
    July 4, 2010 at 1:06 pm

    Hi Lorna I have the same issue with the media here in the Philippines when they are giving very graphic imagery on live television no doubt ahead of families actually finding out about loved ones deaths. Not sure why its done in a way that shows in such ways like your saying with the loss of a head or other parts.. people deserve dignity and a thought of respect. The bodies should always remain covered as the graphic nature is not relevant to media coverage. It should be outlawed.

  6. catherine yaquit
    July 4, 2010 at 9:25 am

    luoya sa amo gate……pro mas luoy ang mga dead passengers….

  7. Lornastall
    July 4, 2010 at 12:52 pm

    Hello,
    I am from that area now living in Minnesota USA. I cried when I saw the head was off the body. They should not post this kind of pictures. They should RESPECT the DEAD and the family of the family of those unfortunate who lost their lives. I am crying and praying that thier family will be strong and our LORD GOD ALMIGHTY will guide them. PLEASE whoever have the picture of dicapetated head PLEASE DO NOT POST IT> REMOVE IT. Malooy sab mo sa familya oy. PALIHUG lang intawon. Lorna Selgas Tall

  8. Lornastall
    July 4, 2010 at 12:54 pm

    You are right because that is your gate. But the lives can not be replace.

  9. micmic
    July 17, 2010 at 12:38 am

    huhu! kaluoi jud oi..I'm one of the victims nga nka SURVIVE tawn..
    ..NAbali jud aq right arms guis; how sad! It feels worse for me, FRACTURE ARM.Because of this accident I've been STOP again in my studies..huhuhu!! _HOME REST ako.
    But actually,Im such a lucky than to others who's DEAD.Thanks GOD it's MY SECOND LIFE.
    GOD has a PLAN.Let's just PRAY for evRY1.More Powers.

  10. cathy
    July 22, 2010 at 11:12 am

    sorry ha wla man to toyua sa amo gate…wla my gusto mahitabo to ninyo..thankz nlang ni GOD nga HE giv u a second chance…

  11. dean
    September 28, 2010 at 2:04 am

    my girlfriend would of been on that bus but i was talk to her on the phone and she miss the bus i thank god everday that i was talk to her i feel for allthose people who lost there life and love ones i love the phillpinne but i wont ride a bus how i smell the breaks all the time when they go by me on my bike and after driving truck for 25 years i know what hot breaks can do they need more safty rules there and check for worren breaks and do more fixing on the busses there dean from kansas usa

    • Tropicalpenpals
      September 28, 2010 at 6:04 am

      Im the same won’t go near the buses. I noticed something very odd a few weeks back where a bus had worn tyres so they had actually fixed another tyres treads to the old tyres over the top literally wrapping a new tread over the old tyre. Another thing I find bizarre is how they state “new bus” on several of these accidents yet the buses are obviously 1980s – 90s at best.. The road safety will never change here though with the current system purely because people don’t care. An accident sticks in peoples minds for 24hrs then everything goes back to normal.

  12. roelyn
    October 3, 2011 at 2:17 am

    hmhm im so sad nga nahetabo toh sa among lugar ahm nka hilak jud ko pag ka kita nko sa bta na nmatay mao jud ang pnaka worst nga accident nga akng na encounter i hope it will nver ever happened again.