Late on Sunday night, there was a fire at the Manila Central Post Office. According to the report, the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) has increased the general alert level, which is the highest fire alarm level.
After more than seven hours of battling the flames, firefighters have finally managed to control the fire that broke out at the Manila Central Post Office building.
As per the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), the flames were successfully contained at 7:22 a.m earlier this Monday, following the General Alarm that was raised at 5:54 a.m.
During an interview with Super Radyo dzBB, Fire Chief Superintendent Nahum Tarroza, the head of BFP-National Capital Region, reported that five individuals sustained injuries.
Some individuals encountered challenges with their breathing, stumbled, and were struck by debris that fell. A 43-year-old man named Toto Roslin reportedly sustained a minor laceration on his right hand and was injured.