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Byline: Grace Cantal-Albasin, PDI Mindanao Bureau
CLAVERIA, Misamis Oriental-More than four years after Cebu Pacific Flight 387 slammed into Mt. Sumagaya, a P7-million shrine in memory of the 104 passengers and crew who died in the accident is about to be unveiled.
The shrine is located at the foot of Mt. Sumagaya, where many relatives of the crash victims went during the first days of the search and rescue operation.
Dorothy Jean Pabayo, Department of Tourism director for Northern Mindanao, said the shrine was intended, not to remind people of the Feb. 2, 1998 crash, but to "cherish the memories that they (the victims) left us behind."