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PNR taking passengers’ safety lightly?

/ 09:11 PM July 26, 2013

As of this writing, it has been 15 days since Ramon Tulfo came out with his report that the Philippine National Railways’ installed bridge ties are fast deteriorating (Metro, 6/24/13), but so far there has been no action taken by Department of Transportation and Communications officials.

Either they do not take Tulfo seriously or they are trying to sweep anomalies under the proverbial rug. Or worse, they don’t give a damn what happens to train passengers if a train plunges into a river!

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—RAMON J. JIMENEZ,

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