HPG-9 reports no road mishaps on Nov. 1, 2 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 04 November 2011 16:38

The Highway Patrol Group-9 has reported that there was no major vehicular accident in the region during the celebration of  All Saints Day and All Souls Day on November 1 and  2.

HPG-9Chief Sr. Supt. Romeo R. Uy commended all HPG Provincial Teams for a job well in ensuring that motorists in all highways and roads going to cemeteries werer safe, and traffic is smooth and orderly.

HPG has established “Motorvehicle Assistance Center” in every cemetery near national highways to  assist traffic during the implementation of “Oplan Kaluluwa Task Force’ in coordination with other law enforcers and traffic enforcers of local government units in the region.

Uy said that it was generally peaceful celebrations of the two events in the region.

Here in the region, HPG 9 established a Motorvehicle Assistance Center with personnel of HPG  and the Department of Health manning it.

During the implementation of Oplan Kaluluwa, HPG9 operatives also continued the anti- carnapping operations and the “No-Helmet Not-Travel” Policy  as well as the “No Plate Number” policy.

Uy added that the duties of his operatives regionwide are maximized and will continue to conduct random operations and roving checkpoints in the different highways. — Allen Abastillas