Rappler's latest stories on road crashes in the Philippines
Watch road safety advocate Vince Lazatin and 3M Philippines' John Vallinan transform a dark street into one with proper visibility with retro-reflective material used for signs and road markings
Authorities say 40 passengers were on an Isuzu Elf dump truck to attend a thanksgiving ritual in a nearby village when the incident happened
The financial assistance will cover medical and burial expenses, plus P180,000 cash
Senator Grace Poe says her father-in-law Teodoro Llamanzares 'has a few fractured ribs and bruises.' No one else is hurt in the incident.
Driver Charlie Domao-il and passenger Johnson Faroden are both killed when the pick-up truck falls into the ravine. Two other passengers are in critical condition.
Lolito Gaoat, 51, security supervisor of a shipping company, dies in a mishap along the national road in San Narciso, Zambales
(UPDATED) The vice mayor is a nephew of House Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas
Responders bring 11 passengers to Sorsogon Provincial Hospital, and 6 passengers to Sorsogon Medical Mission Group Hospital.
Metro Manila roads suffered from 30 road crash incidents, involving at least 46 vehicles, according to MMDA
The Philippine government needs to fix and enforce road safety laws to help save lives
Some residents say it is the 4th vehicle crash incident along the National Highway since road construction started
On May 8 Rappler together with the Campaign for Tobacco free Kids is launching a campaign on road safety at the Rappler newsroom in Pasig City
According to the World Health Organization road tragedies are predictable and preventable
Former LTO spokesperson Jason Salvador says the condition of the road driver and vehicle may have been contributory factors behind the deadly bus crash in Nueva Ecija
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MovePH editor Voltaire Tupaz talked to former Land Transportation Office spokesperson Jason Salvador about road safety issues
The Leomarick Trans minibus carried 77 passengers far more than its 45 person capacity says Senior Superintendent Antonio Yarra Nueva Ecija police chief
3rd UPDATE 46 people are still being treated in different hospitals in Nueva Ecija and Nueva Vizcaya with 4 of them in critical condition