LPGMA Effectively Responds to 1st Quarter Fire Incidents

LPGMA Effectively Responds to 1st Quarter Fire Incidents

LPGMA Effectively Responds to 1st Quarter Fire Incidents

Prior to the coronavirus nationwide lockdown, LPGMA was able to immediately respond to fire incidents all around the metropolis. Kicking off the first quarter of the year was a fire incident at the Silverio Compound, Parañaque City last February 18, 2020.

The Parañaque City fire reached the 5th alarm causing damages and destruction in the area. Despite the challenges posed by the incident, the Fire Response Team was able to terminate the fire in the mentioned neighborhood.

LPGMA Partylist conducted a post-fire initiative also on the same day. This organized program catered to those who were affected by the damages from the incident. The partylist likewise helped distribute food aid to the fire victims.

A few days later, another fire broke out last February 23, 2020 in Elias Aldana, Las Piñas City. The fire reached the 2nd alarm, but the fire response team was able to provide safe and efficient aid. Controlling the situation prevented further damage in the locality.

On February 26, 2020, another fire broke out, this time at a residential area in Muntinlupa City. The fire affected Purok 6, Brgy. Cupang in the municipality and was raised to 2nd alarm. Nevertheless, the fire response team was able to immediately respond to the mentioned incident.

Two days later, another fire hit a residential area in Parañaque City last February 28, 2020. The incident was endorsed to Taskforce Alpha and affected the residents of Reyes St., Fourth Estate in the urbanized city of Parañaque. Fortunately, the fire response team was able to provide onsite support to handle the emergency incident.

On the other hand, an area of Malabon was hit by fire last March 5, 2020. This incident occurred particularly in Damata St., Brgy. Tonsuya. The fire was raised to 4th alarm causing damages to the area. The fire response team as expected, was able to provide aid and support to attend to the emergency incident.

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