The final viewing of the remains of Christine Dacera, the 23-year-old flight attendant who was found dead in a Makati hotel room on New Year’s Day, will take place in Camp Crame upon the request of her bereaved family.
According to Glen Juego’s report on Super Radyo dzBB, Dacera’s aunt, Mary Grace Rosario, said they requested that the final viewing be held in police headquarters for their security.
Remains of flight attendant Christine Dacera getting ready to be transported to Camp Crame in Quezon City from St. Peter Chapel in Pasay. | via @bernadettereyes @gmanews— DZBB Super Radyo (@dzbb) January 6, 2021
The event will be private, with some 50 friends and family members expected to attend.
All attendees will need to secure a permit to enter Camp Crame.
Rosario also said Dacera’s remains will be flown back to her hometown of General Santos City on Thursday.
Dacera was found lifeless in a bathtub a day after checking into a hotel with friends for a New Year’s Eve celebration.
The National Bureau of Investigation is set to conduct another autopsy.
Three persons have so far been nabbed in connection with Dacera’s death. —Julia Mari Ornedo/LDF, GMA News