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VIRAL: Family-owned eatery in Batangas feed affected residents of Taal Volcano eruption

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Jan. 13, 20 | 2:04 pm

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Without any hesitation, a family in Bauan, Batangas has opened their eatery to feed victims of Taal Volcano eruption for free.

On January 13, a netizen named Angel Efryl Castillo posted on Facebook with a photo with the caption, “To all evacuees, free food. Free!!!” written in a signage.

“Free food to all evacuees! Malapit lang po sa kanto ng Manghinao. Feel free to come po! Salamat din po sa mga nagbigay ng tulong. God Bless us all,” she said.

The M. Castillo Eatery has easily became the one-stop diner of the municipality with evacuees crowding the place.

The viral post garnered several praises from netizens.

“God bless po sa family nyo. ibabalik po ni god sa inyo ang kabutihan niyo,” one commented.

“Nakakaproud talaga maging Pinoy… Godbless you po,” another responded.

“Kudos po sa buong family na naghain ng mga masasarap na pagkain para sa mga nangangailangan. Not all heroes wear capes talaga. Godbless you more po,” a netizen replied.

This family in the massively-stricken area of the eruption has shown that compassion is the only remedy to ease the fear caused by the inevitable disaster caused by Taal Volcano.

Castillo’s post has earned 53,000 reactions and 56,000 shares from fellow netizens.

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