The Quezon City Police District (QCPD) has issued a public apology in response to an incident where a police officer disrupted the flow of traffic along Commonwealth Avenue, causing inconvenience to commuters and motorists alike. The QCPD acknowledges the frustration and inconvenience this incident may have caused to the public and assures that they are taking the necessary steps to prevent such occurrences in the future.
In addition to apologizing to the general public, the QCPD has also extended its apologies to Vice President Sara Duterte, who was inadvertently mentioned in connection with the incident. They understand the importance of maintaining a seamless and efficient traffic flow in the city, especially along major thoroughfares like Commonwealth Avenue, and they are committed to improving their protocols to prevent such disruptions from happening again. The QCPD remains dedicated to ensuring the safety and convenience of all residents and visitors in Quezon City.
Vice President Sara Duterte has clarified that she was not involved in the recent traffic disruption caused by the closure of a portion of Commonwealth Avenue by the Quezon City Police District. In a statement, she emphasized that the incident was unrelated to her activities or responsibilities as Vice President. She also expressed her understanding of the frustration experienced by commuters and motorists during such disruptions and hoped for a more efficient traffic management system in the future to prevent such inconveniences.
This clarification from Vice President Duterte underscores the importance of accurate information dissemination and the need to avoid attributing incidents to public figures without verified evidence. It also highlights the shared responsibility of government agencies to ensure smooth traffic flow and minimize disruptions in major metropolitan areas.