Just after the intense news about the Taal Volcano eruption, A fire broke out in Las Piñas City on Tuesday morning, reaching the third alarm after 10 a.m. The fire hit a neighborhood near Alabang-Zapote Road. The Fire Protection Bureau said the affected area is in Barangay Almanza Uno, on Real Street and Alabang-Zapote Avenue. As of the posting time, firemen are still putting out the fire
There are at least 12 establishments in the city were destroyed by an early fire on Friday, a fire officer said. City Fire Marshal Captain Marjorie Resurreccion said the fire began in an internet cafe shop owned by a certain Don Silver De Leon on Datu Ingkal Street, right in front of a college institution run by the Church. At 2 a.m. past, the fire was seen engulfing business establishments,
In the middle of the summer heat, a fire seethed through the top floors of a 21-storey residential building in Manila on Monday, killing an elderly woman and injuring five other people, authorities said. Mayor Edwin Olivarez stated over phone that more than 100 firetrucks engaged the blaze at the Pacific Coast Plaza condominium in Paranaque city, where one lane of a coastal road along Manila Bay was closed due
According to the Manila Fire Department’s Intramuros Station, a fire in a residential area along Leveriza Street in Malate, Manila was raised on to second alarm. Officers from the station stated the fire started around 8:00 p.m. and was raised to the second alarm at 8:57 p.m. Arson investigators still yet to determine the cause of the fire, and whether this was related to the 6.1 magnitude earthquake in Zambales
To help repair Paris’ Notre-Dame cathedral, French billionaire businessman Bernard Arnault’s family and his LVMH luxury goods group will donate 200 million euros ($226 million), in a statement dispensed on behalf of Arnault. “The Arnault family and the LVMH group would like to show their solidarity at this time of national tragedy, and are joining up to help rebuild this extraordinary cathedral, which is a symbol of France, of its
Bus carrying passenger commuters caught ablaze on EDSA on Friday night. According the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, the fire happened at one lane towards the northbound side near the EDSA Shaw tunnel. The bus had at least 30 passengers on board, thankfully none were hurt from the fire. According to initial information from Mandaluyong Fire Protection unit, the blaze began around 6:30 p.m. and was declared out past 7 p.m.