Wounded daughter of former mayor slain in Ateneo shooting to undergo operation

The wounded daughter of the former mayor killed in the Ateneo De Manila University (ADMU) shooting incident last Sunday, July 24, will have to undergo another operation.

In a GMA News report, Hannah, the daughter of Rosita "Rose" Furigay, former mayor in Lamitan, Basilan, was shot by suspect Dr. Chao-Tiao Yumol, affecting her liver and colon. She also sustained a bullet wound near her left eye.

The report said that Hannah was released from the intensive care unit of the hospital, but she still needs to undergo another operation.

Hannah was one of the law students attending the graduation ceremony in the university last Sunday, where two other victims were also killed -- Victor Capistrano, the former mayor's attendant, and Jeneven Bandiala, an ADMU security guard.

Yumol was arrested by the police during a dragnet operation along Aurora Boulevard in Quezon City.

Police confiscated from the suspect a .9mm pistol and a .45-caliber gun, bullets, and, a driver's license registered under a different name.

The suspect’s paraffin (gunpowder) test yielded positive result but his drug and alcohol tests were negative.

The Quezon City Police District (QCPD) filed Tuesday multiple cases against the suspect - three counts of murder, one count of frustrated murder, violations of Republic Act 10883 (Anti-Carnapping Law), RA 10591 (Comprehensive Law on Firearms and Ammuntion), and malicious mischief.

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