Misamis Oriental Governor Yevgeny Vincente “Bambi” Emano, Gingoog City Mayor Erick Cañosa and Claveria Municipal Mayor Meraluna Abrogar led today’s 24th commemoration of the Cebu Pacific Flight 387 plane crash held at the Misamis Oriental Agricultural and Tourism Complex (MOATC) located at the boundary of Gingoog City and Claveria.

The activity was attended by families of the 104 victims together with 58th IB Commanding Officer Lt. Col. Ricky Canatoy, PNP-Misor Provincial Director PCOL Raniel Valones, members of the Rotary Club, Provincial Agriculture Staff, Provincial Engineering Office Staff, Provincial Capitol Band, and PDRRMO Staff, among others.

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The site which was originally named Flight 387 Shrine has been renovated, improved and converted into an agri-tourism complex by the Provincial Government.

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Coinciding with the commemoration was the launching of the newly-constructed Koi Pond and Information Center also at the complex.

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Browse over some aerial photos below.

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with photos by MisOr PIO, Explore MisOr, aerial shots by Kim Zaldivar

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