ABS-CBN reporter Marie Lozano, nabunggo ng sasakyan habang tumatawid sa Makati

May mental trauma na nararanasan ang ABS-CBN entertainment news reporter na si Marie Lozano pagkatapos maaksidente kahapon, February 5.

Nabangga ng isang sasakyan si Marie habang tumatawid sa isang kalye ng Salcedo Village, Makati City.

 IMAGE Marie Lozano Instagram

Ikinalungkot ni Marie ang attitude na ipinakita ng babaeng nagmamaneho ng sasakyang nakabangga sa kanya dahil imbes na humingi ng paumanhin, sinisi ng driver ang naunang sasakyan na dahilan umano para hindi niya makita ang pagtawid ng biktima.

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Ito ang pagbabahagi ni Marie sa Instagram tungkol sa kanyang traumatic experience:

"I am so thankful to be alive and in one piece.

"I want to share a very traumatic experience that happened to me yesterday.

"As my best friend and I were beginning to cross a very quiet one way street in Salcedo village just after brunch, a car turning left that showed no signs of stopping hit me.

"I tried to run away like my friend did but at that time, the bumper had already hit my knee causing me to fall on my back and hit my head on the pavement. It all happened so fast, but in my mind everything happened in slow motion.

"My brain processed everything as it happened, anticipating the next thing. I was afraid the tire was going to run over my leg if the car didn’t stop, and then I thought of my son just before I thought that I could die at that moment.

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"It was then that the car stopped. A woman in her 60’s wearing a medical mask came out, already in defense saying it was the fault of another car passing and that she didn’t see us.

"At that point I was laying flat on my back in shock. She asked if I wanted her to take me to the hospital. After years of working as police reporter, I knew not to move a person who got injured in the head. I wanted to see if I could move my arms and my legs.

"The lady went back into her car with the engine still running and waited there. I was taken to the hospital for a scan. I was relieved that I had no broken bones, just possibly PTSD.

"Today I woke up, with bruises, a sore back, a painful neck (like I was strangled) but more than the physical manifestations… It is the mental trauma that will take time to heal.

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"What I could not get over is the behavior of the woman who hit me, she seemed educated but she was just about self-preservation and denial. How can people some people not have kindness and compassion?

"The passersby and witnesses that came to the rescue showed more care than this woman. One even told her she should apologize to me.

"How do we clear the streets of people like these? If she didn’t kill me, I keep thinking she could hurt someone someday.

"I am thankful to have survived this in one piece and I know there are worse drivers out there. How do we save the streets from drivers like these?"

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I am so thankful to be alive and in one piece. I want to share a very traumatic experience that happened to me yesterday. As my best friend and I were beginning to cross a very quiet one way street in Salcedo village just after brunch, a car turning left that showed no signs of stopping hit me. I tried to run away like my friend did but at that time, the bumper had already hit my knee causing me to fall on my back and hit my head on the pavement. It all happened so fast, but in my mind everything happened in slow motion. My brain processed everything as it happened, anticipating the next thing. I was afraid the tire was going to run over my leg if the car didn’t stop, and then I thought of my son just before I thought that I could die at that moment. It was then that the car stopped. A woman in her 60’s wearing a medical mask came out, already in defense saying it was the fault of another car passing and that she didn’t see us. At that point I was laying flat on my back in shock. She asked if I wanted her to take me to the hospital. After years of working as police reporter, I knew not to move a person who got injured in the head. I wanted to see if I could move my arms and my legs. The lady went back into her car with the engine still running and waited there. I was taken to the hospital for a scan. I was relieved that I had no broken bones, just possibly PTSD. Today I woke up, with bruises, a sore back, a painful neck (like I was strangled) but more than the physical manifestations… It is the mental trauma that will take time to heal. What I could not get over is the behavior of the woman who hit me, she seemed educated but she was just about self-preservation and denial. How can people some people not have kindness and compassion? The passersby and witnesses that came to the rescue showed more care than this woman. One even told her she should apologize to me. How do we clear the streets of people like these? If she didn’t kill me, I keep thinking she could hurt someone someday. I am thankful to have survived this in one piece and I know there are worse drivers out there. How do we save the streets from drivers like these?

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