Rhian Ramos' van gets sideswiped by bus on Edsa flyover | Inquirer Entertainment

Rhian Ramos’ van gets sideswiped by bus on Edsa flyover

By: - Reporter
/ 01:52 PM May 19, 2018

Rhian Ramos. Image: Instagram/@whianwamos

Rhian Ramos met trouble on the road all because of a errant bus.

The Kapuso actress disclosed that a Thelman Transit Bus hit the front of her van along the Edsa flyover from the South Luzon Expressway (SLEx). She wrote about the incident via Twitter on Friday.


An annoyed Ramos recalled what happened: “[The bus driver] didn’t even stop, he just kept on going. Ugh.”


In another tweet, the actress said that no total damage was done to her vehicle. “[It’s] just a scratch and honestly [I’ve] never really cared about how the van looks as long as it runs well,” Ramos stated.

She then opined about transport companies hiring drivers: “[I] just feel like transportation companies should really invest in well trained drivers.. its kind of a safety issue.”

Luckily, Communications Head for the Department of Transportation’s Inter-Agency Council for Traffic (I-ACT) Alona Garcia heard her call. She tweeted Ramos that the bus is now in the custody of the Highway Patrol Group.

Image: Twitter/@whianramos

And showing  that all was good, Ramos even took a joke. When Cavite Vice Governor Jolo Revilla tweeted, “Lagot kang bus ka! Yari ka! Hahaha!” she replied: “Balita ko, dumadaan sila sa Cavite…. hahaha joke lang. Di ako galit promise. Safety first lang (I heard that their buses pass by Cavite… hahaha just a joke. I’m not mad, promise. Safety first).”


Stay safe, Rhian!  /ra


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