9 Filipinos rescued after Korean ship runs aground | Global News

9 Filipinos rescued after Korean ship runs aground

10:18 PM December 25, 2014

SUBIC, Zambales—The Coast Guard rescued nine Filipinos, who served as crew of a Manila-bound South Korean cargo ship which ran aground at Subic Bay near this town at Wednesday dawn.

The crew was brought to the Coast Guard headquarters in Manila on Wednesday night.

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Police Officer 1 George Cosme, commander of the Coast Guard’s Subic sub-station, said Warlito Ordinaryo, the captain of MV Sea Lord, had problems maneuvering the ship through rough seas.

Also rescued were Remedio Mayordomo, Hilario Basan, Lorenzo Bughao, Armando Taay, Charlie Umali, Rolando Robes, Rodolfo Losaria Jr. and Joel Lonzaga. Allan Macatuno, Inquirer Central Luzon

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