Pickup truck falls from Pasig building

A driver was injured after the vehicle he was driving accidentally fell from the second floor of a building in Ortigas Center, Pasig City today. 

Initial report from the Eastern Police District said that the silver Ford Ranger Wildtrak fell from the second floor at 11:25 a.m. after ramming through the barrier of the parking facility of the Malayan Plaza Hotel along Topas Road in Barangay San Antonio.

The driver, identified as Rocky Pagaran Yabut, 30, fractured his left arm and leg following the accident. 

The driver was immediately rushed to the Rizal Medial Center for treatment.

Authorities have yet to determine what caused the accident. – With Non Alquitran/STAR

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