Raymond Gutierrez nakaligtas sa car accident: Happy to be safe, it could’ve been a lot worse
NAG-ALALA ang mga kapamilya at kaibigan ni Raymond Gutierrez nang mabalitaang naaksidente ang sinasakyan niyang kotse habang bumibiyahe sa Los Angeles, USA.
Ibinalita ng TV host ang nangyari sa pamamagitan ng kanyang Instagram account kung saan ipinakita pa niya ang nasirang sasakyan.
Aniya sa caption, “Still shaken up. My Uber driver got into an accident. Good thing I was wearing a seat belt during the impact. Just happy to be safe (because) it could’ve been a lot worse.”
Ipinost din niya ang itim na sasakyan na pinaniniwalaang nakabanggaan nila na tumama naman sa isang yellow fire hydrant.
“This was the other car who turned from the wrong lane while we were green, making the impact strong. Stress,” ayon pa kay Raymond.
Sa isa pa niyang IG post, ipinabatid naman niya sa kanyang mga kapamilya, kaibigan at socmed followers na huwag nang mag-alala dahil okay naman ang kundisyon niya.
“I’m fine. My initial instinct earlier was just to continue on with my day but then I started getting a little bit dizzy so I decided to go home and rest.
“I’m feeling much better now. It really wasn’t my driver’s fault so I kinda felt bad for him. I didn’t wanna add to his stress but life continues and make sure you wear your seat belt,” dugtong pa niyang mensahe.
Kuwento pa ng kapatid nina Richard at Ruffa Gutierrez, hindi pa raw siya nagda-drive sa US kaya nagtitiyaga muna siya sa Uber.
“I don’t drive and that’s still on my to-do list here in LA. I miss the convenience of having a driver in Manila – but I know I’m gonna have to learn this life skill at some point.
“Hope today’s incident won’t make me even more apprehensive. Always wear your seat belt,” ang paalala pa niya sa kanyang mga IG followers.
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