EDSA Bus Explosion photos & Twitter reactions


President Benigno Simeon Aquino III, accompanied by Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Raul Bacalzo, personally inspects the Newman Gold Liner passenger bus damaged in a bomb blast in Makati City at the Southern Police District (SPD) headquarters in Taguig City Tuesday night January 25, 2011. The President appeals to the public to remain calm amidst this tragic incident and orders a full scale investigation and to run after the perpetrators of the Buendia bus blast. The big explosion occurred inside the Newman Gold Liner bus while approaching the loading bay and MRT Buendia railway station on EDSA’s northbound lane, killing five people and injuring 13 others. (Photo by: Jay Morales / Malacañang Photo Bureau).


President Benigno Simeon Aquino visits the victims of the bombing of Newman Gold Liner passenger bus confined at the St. Luke’s Medical Center in The Fort Global City, Taguig City Tuesday night January 25, 2011. The President vows justice for the victims of the tragic incident and orders a full scale investigation and to run after the perpetrators of the Buendia bus blast. The big explosion occurred inside the Newman Gold Liner bus while approaching the loading bay and MRT Buendia railway station on EDSA’s northbound lane, killing five people and injuring 13 others. (Photo by: Jay Morales/Ryan Lim /Pancratio Francisco/ Malacañang Photo Bureau).

Here are social media reactions on the bus explosion

Photo by Gmanews.tv You scooper Jorrel Santos. Rest of the Photos from PCOO, Malacanang.

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