Enrique Gil reveals in intense video that he almost got into a vehicular accident on the way to Batangas

Enrique Gil reveals in intense video that he almost got into a vehicular accident on the way to Batangas

- Enrique Gil rode a van on his way to Batangas

- During his travel, a tire of the van exploded in the middle of a highway

- He shared a video and a photo involving the terrifying incident he experienced

Enrique Gil revealed on social media that while on his way to Batangas, a tire of his van exploded which could have caused a vehicular accident on the highway.

KAMI obtained Enrique’s video and photo from his Instagram page via PUSH.

The Kapamilya actor urged his followers to always check their vehicle’s tires before driving off in order to prevent any accident.

“Alright, guys. On the way to Batangas, this happened, man. Exploded, man.”

“Thank God, we’re okay. Be careful, people,” the star said.

He also thanked the Star Toll authorities for helping him out.

“Maraming salamat mga boss taga startoll,” Enrique wrote.

His fan expressed their gratitude for the Star Toll authorities and to God for protecting their favorite actor.

They also advised Enrique to always keep safe.

“THANK GOD you're safe baby.”

“Salamat ho sa pagtulong sa mahal naming Quenito”

“Thank God you're all safe. You all take care! God bless you”

“Nasiraan ba kayo? Buti your'e safe... Ingatz ka palagi and dont forget to pray to God”

“Thanks mga kuyang startollway..for assisting our beloved Quenito.”

“Mababait po talaga mga taga #Startollway”

KAMI wants to remind the motorists out there to be extra careful on the road. Make sure that every part of your vehicle is not faulty!

Source: Kami.com.ph

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