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Traumatized and hurting, security guard tells SUV driver to face raps

The security guard who was hit and ran over by an SUV in Mandaluyong last week has left the hospital but continues to feel pain in parts of his body.

According to Jun Veneracion's report on "24 Oras", Christian Joseph Floralde said he had been traumatized by the incident.

“Sana naman po lumutang naman po siya. Siputin niya po. Harapin niya po yung kaso na isinampa sa kanya,” victim Christian Joseph Floralde said in Jun Veneracion’s report on “24 Oras”.

(I hope he would surrender. He should face the charges against him.)

Floralde went to the Mandaluyong City police station on Tuesday to give further statements to investigators on what happened during the incident.

He said he never changed his mind about filing charges against the driver of the vehicle.

“Masakit pa rin po kasi. Gusto ko na po sana umuwi sana ngayon. Nat-trauma na ako pg may nakikita akong sasakyan lalo na pagpunta namin dito,” Floralde said.

(My body still hurts. I want to go home. I get traumatized whenever I see vehicles, especially on our way here.)

The Department of Justice has issued an Immigration lookout bulletin order against the registered owner of the SUV to monitor if he would attempt to leave the country. 

But based on the records of the Bureau of Immigration, he is still in the Philippines. —Sundy Mae Locus/NB, GMA News

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