Fallen Soldier in Marawi Clash Last Words: “Pa, pray for me!” Before Getting Shot

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At one moment, they are still contacting each other, he directed his son on what he needs to do next but Estores Jr. did not reply anymore. A bang of shots were fired, and the call was cut – so he assumed that his son may be wounded. It was 3 PM and he realized that his son has not called yet. But it was only 6 PM that day when the classmates told him “Junjun” was hit. He was confirmed to have passed the next day, May 26, by the military command center.

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As of this moment, 14 soldiers, 2 police officers and 18 civilians have been confirmed casualties of the clash. Unfortunately, Estores left his family, two kids, and his supposed soon-to-be-wife, as they are set to be wed June 29 at Pikit, North Cotabato. Last May 23, Junjun had foregone attending the reunion with his relatives due to the impending Marawi attacks. Citizens of Pikit regard Estores as a hero, for offering his life in service and safety of Marawi people.

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Source: Newsline.ph

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