Below were the Last Photos of BSU Students Before Drowning on Field Trip tragedy that resulted in seven dead students who were swept away while crossing a river due to flash floods last Tuesday, August 19, 2014. Those drowned students were crossing the river from Madlum Cave when they were suddenly carried away by raging floodwater.

As we recall, Tuesday afternoon when the lifeless bodies of Helena Marcelo, Michelle Ann Rose Bonzo, Mikhail Alcantara, and Phil Rodney Alejo were recovered. Then Jenette Rivera and Madel Navarro were found at 2 p.m of Wednesday. The following day Thursday ,August 20 when Maiko Bartolome’s dead body was found.

Look at the Last Photos of BSU Students Before Drowning on Field Trip tragedy below.

The Photos shared by Diolo Niño Santos showed the students staying close to each other while in the middle of the raging river.

Another student also claimed that BSU teachers were not present when the students tried to cross the river. Authorities said water in the Madlum river was about knee-deep only when the students decided to cross it, but raging waters from the mountain rushed down the river then the students were carried away.

Read: BSU Field Trip Accident Story and News on Death Toll and Survivors here.

The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Department of Education (DepEd) reminded all schools, colleges, and universities to follow the guidelines and policies on field trips to avoid Field Trip Accident like what happened on Bulacan State University (BSU) Field Trip Tragedy.

Related: School Field Trips Guidelines issued by The Commission on Higher Education

In behalf of CenterTechNews, we extend our condolences to the family and friends of Jenette Rivera, Helena Marcelo, Mikhail Alcantara, Phil Rodney Alejo, Michelle Ann Rose Bonzo, Madel Navarro, and Maiko Bartolome. May you all rest in peace and may justice prevail if there was at fault in the BSU Field Trip Accident. Photos source: Abs-Cbn

August 25 Update: CHED and University are Conducting Separate Investigations
August 28 Update: Bulacan State University and Travel Agency Made Some Violations

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