Three dead, 81 families affected in QC fire | Inquirer News

Three dead, 81 families affected in QC fire

/ 01:07 PM September 08, 2022
Fire hits a three-story house in Quezon City, which quickly spread, killed three people and affected 81 families.

Photo from Juan Kyusi Fire and Rescue Volunteer

MANILA, Philippines — Three people were killed in the fire that broke out at a three-story house in Barangay Obrero, Quezon City, minutes before midnight, the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) said Thursday.

The BFP, however, has yet to identify the fatalities.

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Eighty-one families and 27 houses were affected by the blaze, which started at 11:57 p.m. Wednesday and reached the first alarm around midnight, fire investigators said. The fire likewise damaged properties valued at approximately P135,000, they added.

BFP said firefighters declared the blaze out at 3:12 a.m.

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