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Sunday, July 08, 2018

Fil-Am Father and Four Daughters Killed in Car Crash, Mother Survives

A Filipino-American Navy veteran and his four daughters, aged 13 to 20, have been killed in a car crash in Delaware. The lone survivor was the man’s 53-year-old wife. The Filipino American community is mourning their horrific loss. The accident is currently being investigated and no one has been charged. This includes the driver of a pick-up truck which was said to be the cause of the accident.  No liabilities have yet been given.
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A Filipino-American Navy veteran and his four daughters, aged 13 to 20, have been killed in a car crash in Delaware. The lone survivor was the man’s 53-year-old wife. The Filipino American community is mourning their horrific loss. The accident is currently being investigated and no one has been charged. This includes the driver of a pick-up truck which was said to be the cause of the accident.  The father was identified as 61-year old Audie Trinidad - A Filipino-American Navy veteran. His children were the 20-year-old daughter, Kaitlyn; the 17-year-old daughter, Danna; and the two teenage twins Allison and Melissa. Trinidad's 53-year-old wife, Mary Rose, remains hospitalized with serious injuries.  The crash occurred Friday afternoon on State Route 1 Highway in Townsend. They were in a 1998 Toyota Sienna  and were returning to New Jersey.    According to police, a pickup truck was traveling southbound on Route 1 north of Pine Tree Road when it crossed the center median. The truck went into oncoming traffic and hit a car. the pickup truck continued to travel southbound in the northbound lanes. The pickup truck was hit by the Toyota Sienna minivan carrying the New Jersey family.  The man and his wife were wearing seatbelts, police said. The girls were not.The driver of the pickup, a 44-year-old man from East New Market, Maryland, and his passenger were treated and released, police said.  The Filipino American Society of Teaneck sent their condolences on Facebook Saturday, and a vigil was conducted by their community.

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The father was identified as 61-year old Audie Trinidad - A Filipino-American Navy veteran. His children were the 20-year-old daughter, Kaitlyn; the 17-year-old daughter, Danna; and the two teenage twins Allison and Melissa. Trinidad's 53-year-old wife, Mary Rose, remains hospitalized with serious injuries.
A Filipino-American Navy veteran and his four daughters, aged 13 to 20, have been killed in a car crash in Delaware. The lone survivor was the man’s 53-year-old wife. The Filipino American community is mourning their horrific loss. The accident is currently being investigated and no one has been charged. This includes the driver of a pick-up truck which was said to be the cause of the accident.  The father was identified as 61-year old Audie Trinidad - A Filipino-American Navy veteran. His children were the 20-year-old daughter, Kaitlyn; the 17-year-old daughter, Danna; and the two teenage twins Allison and Melissa. Trinidad's 53-year-old wife, Mary Rose, remains hospitalized with serious injuries.  The crash occurred Friday afternoon on State Route 1 Highway in Townsend. They were in a 1998 Toyota Sienna  and were returning to New Jersey.    According to police, a pickup truck was traveling southbound on Route 1 north of Pine Tree Road when it crossed the center median. The truck went into oncoming traffic and hit a car. the pickup truck continued to travel southbound in the northbound lanes. The pickup truck was hit by the Toyota Sienna minivan carrying the New Jersey family.  The man and his wife were wearing seatbelts, police said. The girls were not.The driver of the pickup, a 44-year-old man from East New Market, Maryland, and his passenger were treated and released, police said.  The Filipino American Society of Teaneck sent their condolences on Facebook Saturday, and a vigil was conducted by their community.

The crash occurred Friday afternoon on State Route 1 Highway in Townsend. They were in a 1998 Toyota Sienna  and were returning to New Jersey.

According to police, a pickup truck was traveling southbound on Route 1 north of Pine Tree Road when it crossed the center median. The truck went into oncoming traffic and hit a car. the pickup truck continued to counter-flow in the highway lanes. The pickup truck was hit by the Toyota Sienna minivan carrying the Filipino-American family.
A Filipino-American Navy veteran and his four daughters, aged 13 to 20, have been killed in a car crash in Delaware. The lone survivor was the man’s 53-year-old wife. The Filipino American community is mourning their horrific loss. The accident is currently being investigated and no one has been charged. This includes the driver of a pick-up truck which was said to be the cause of the accident.  The father was identified as 61-year old Audie Trinidad - A Filipino-American Navy veteran. His children were the 20-year-old daughter, Kaitlyn; the 17-year-old daughter, Danna; and the two teenage twins Allison and Melissa. Trinidad's 53-year-old wife, Mary Rose, remains hospitalized with serious injuries.  The crash occurred Friday afternoon on State Route 1 Highway in Townsend. They were in a 1998 Toyota Sienna  and were returning to New Jersey.    According to police, a pickup truck was traveling southbound on Route 1 north of Pine Tree Road when it crossed the center median. The truck went into oncoming traffic and hit a car. the pickup truck continued to travel southbound in the northbound lanes. The pickup truck was hit by the Toyota Sienna minivan carrying the New Jersey family.  The man and his wife were wearing seatbelts, police said. The girls were not.The driver of the pickup, a 44-year-old man from East New Market, Maryland, and his passenger were treated and released, police said.  The Filipino American Society of Teaneck sent their condolences on Facebook Saturday, and a vigil was conducted by their community.

The man and his wife were wearing seat-belts, police said. The girls were not. The driver of the pickup, a 44-year-old man from East New Market, Maryland, and his passenger were treated and released, police said.

The Filipino American Society of Teaneck sent their condolences on Facebook Saturday, and a vigil was conducted by their community.
A Filipino-American Navy veteran and his four daughters, aged 13 to 20, have been killed in a car crash in Delaware. The lone survivor was the man’s 53-year-old wife. The Filipino American community is mourning their horrific loss. The accident is currently being investigated and no one has been charged. This includes the driver of a pick-up truck which was said to be the cause of the accident.  The father was identified as 61-year old Audie Trinidad - A Filipino-American Navy veteran. His children were the 20-year-old daughter, Kaitlyn; the 17-year-old daughter, Danna; and the two teenage twins Allison and Melissa. Trinidad's 53-year-old wife, Mary Rose, remains hospitalized with serious injuries.  The crash occurred Friday afternoon on State Route 1 Highway in Townsend. They were in a 1998 Toyota Sienna  and were returning to New Jersey.    According to police, a pickup truck was traveling southbound on Route 1 north of Pine Tree Road when it crossed the center median. The truck went into oncoming traffic and hit a car. the pickup truck continued to travel southbound in the northbound lanes. The pickup truck was hit by the Toyota Sienna minivan carrying the New Jersey family.  The man and his wife were wearing seatbelts, police said. The girls were not.The driver of the pickup, a 44-year-old man from East New Market, Maryland, and his passenger were treated and released, police said.  The Filipino American Society of Teaneck sent their condolences on Facebook Saturday, and a vigil was conducted by their community.


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More than 400 Filipino workers can be hired this year by a cruise ship firm this 2018. This is an offer from the world's largest travel leisure company Carnival Corporation. It said hundreds of Filipino seafarers will be needed for its premium cruise company — Holand America Lines (HAL)  According to HAL President Orlando Ashford, the new cruise ship will be launch this year and it will be dubbed as Nieuw Statendam. For the operation of the said cruise ship, they will be needing more than 400 Filipino seafarers.   "What we've found is that our Filipino partners are they're smart, energetic, they have a great sense of humor, and we really want that in connecting with our guests," Ashford said in an exclusive interview with ANC's The Boss.   Ashford said that the new cruise ship, which will be the largest in their fleet, will be able to accommodate 2,666 guests. At a ratio of 1 employee for 2 guests, they would need around 1,300 staff and 34 percent of those would be Filipinos, he said.   Ashford added that HAL has two schools training potential hires in the Philippines. The schools are located in Antipolo and Intramuros:  Applicants are trained for the following; food service culinary work front office work refrigeration plumbing other skills needed on a ship  He said he spent several days in the country talking to HAL's teachers, students, and partners about the company's expansion. One of HAL's concerns, he said, was about attracting enough talented people to work for the company as it grows.   Ashford added that in spite of the decreasing opportunities for Filipino seafarers due to competition from other counties, he does not see his company reducing the number of Filipinos they will be hiring for their cruise ship jobs.


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