Nag-iwan ng isang patay na 5-anyos na bata at anim pang sugatan, kasama na ang isang 5 buwang gulang na sanggol, ang sumabog na bus sa Aleosan, Cotabato nitong Enero 11.
Namatay ang bata habang ginagamot sa Cotabato Regional Medical Center matapos sumabog ang Mindanao Star Bus No. 1551.
Sugatan sina Rodolfo R. Castillo, 67; Masid Benjamin, 25; Haron Solaiman, 24; at tatlo pang menor edad 17, 3, at 5 months.
Papunta sana ang bus sa Cotabato City mula Davao City nang mangyari ang insidente.
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