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Las Pinas vice mayor assists fire victims 

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Las Piñas City - In the wake of a devastating fire that engulfed Brgy. Talon Uno and Talon Singko on May 15, Las Piñas City Vice Mayor April Aguilar has stepped up efforts to provide assistance and aid to the affected residents. Accompanied by several volunteer groups from various agencies, including the Las Piñas City Social Welfare and Development Office, Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office, City Health Office, and Philippine Red Cross, Vice Mayor Aguilar personally visited the evacuation site to distribute essential items.

With packed meals, grocery items, hygiene kits, dignity kits, kitchen kits, and sleeping kits in tow, the volunteer groups swiftly responded to the urgent needs of the fire victims. Vice Mayor April Aguilar expressed her heartfelt concern for those affected by the fire and assured them of the city government's support during this challenging time. She also extended her gratitude to the dedicated disaster response teams, local organizations, and volunteers for their prompt assistance.

Vice Mayor April Aguilar emphasized that the relief efforts will not end with the initial aid. The city government is fully committed to supporting the affected residents in their recovery and rehabilitation journey. Acknowledging the long-term impact of the fire, Vice Mayor Aguilar assured the victims that the city government will remain dedicated to their well-being and work tirelessly to expedite their rehabilitation process.


The collaboration and coordination among different government agencies and volunteer groups showcased the community's unity and compassion in times of crisis. The immediate response and assistance from Vice Mayor April Aguilar and the city government highlight their commitment to address the needs of the fire victims comprehensively.

The City of Las Piñas recognizes the significance of providing holistic support to those affected by such disasters. Beyond immediate relief efforts, the city government aims to assist the affected families in rebuilding their lives and regaining stability.

As the relief operations continue, Vice Mayor April Aguilar reaffirmed her unwavering commitment to prioritize the welfare of the fire victims. The city government will closely monitor their progress and collaborate with relevant organizations to ensure they receive the necessary resources for their recovery and rehabilitation.

This unfortunate incident serves as a reminder of the importance of disaster preparedness and community resilience. The proactive response and immediate assistance from Vice Mayor April Aguilar and the city government reflect their dedication to the well-being of Las Piñas residents.


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