72 families lose homes in Taguig City fire


The Taguig City government had provided each affected family with groceries, five kilos of rice, blankets, and P4,000 cash.

Arson investigators suspect an electrical short circuit may have caused the fire, which destroyed P5 million in property.

Investigation showed the fire started at 11:30 a.m. and reached Task Force Bravo before it was placed under control at 12:35 p.m.

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Jonas Montemayor
Real Estate Broker
PRC License #: 0007396

Please call: 926-74-20

Member: Philippine Association of Real Estate Boards – City of Taguig Real Estate Board


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