Sonny Boy Hamac
Summary: Filipino schoolboy who was among one of the children critically injured in the terrorist bombing of the ill-fated M/V Dona Ramona ferry following the bomb explosion that ripped through the lower deck of the ferryboat over the weekend on Aug. 28, 2005 at the Lamitan wharf of Basilan island in southern Philippine as it was about to leave port for Zamboanga City while he accompanied his father, ferry security officer Sgt. Cesar Hamac, on that fateful trip, in which authorities blamed the Jemaah Islamiyah-linked Abu Sayyaf bandit group for the bombing that injured at least 30 persons.
Cause of Death: Infection due to third-degree burns sustained in a ferry bombing
Born: circa 1993
Died: August 30, 2005
Location: Zamboanga City, Philippines