Thank God – NO Mass Casualty Incident During the 2012 Black Nazarene Feast

Thank God – NO Mass Casualty Incident During the 2012 Black Nazarene Feast

by Reynaldo O Joson on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 9:53pm

Look at the picture from Philippine Daily Inquirer.

 

“The Black Nazarene is brought back to the Quiapo Church 6 a.m. Tuesday (January 10, 2011) after a nearly 24-hour long procession, the longest ever, that ‘stumbled three times, and rose up three times,’ according to Msgr. Clem Ignacio, Parish Priest of Quiapo.

 

About 8 millions devotees joined the procession.

 

Imagine if there is a bomb that exploded here!

 

Thank God – NO mass casualty incident during the 2012 Black Nazarene Feast.

 

Thanks to the Philippine and City of Manila governments for the prevention of bombing disaster.

 

Thanks to the DOH-Health Emergency Management Staff for the Code White Alert in the hospitals near the procession which will help mitigate the number of mass casualties in case an unfortunate bombing occurs.

 

 

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