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DFA: Filipinos safe after massive fire in a Maldives building

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Sep. 22, 19 | 6:54 pm

Photo credit: Maldives Airport Rescue and Firefighting Service

The Foreign Affairs Department said that the seven Filipinos residing in a building engulfed by fire in the Maldives were reported safe on Sunday.

In a statement, the DFA said the fire took place at Maldives’ capital city of Malé last Friday night, which resulted in the displacement of hundreds of residents.

The Philippine Embassy in Bangladesh, which has jurisdiction over the Maldives, and the Philippine Consulate in Malé monitor the aftermath of the incident.

Maldives Airport Rescue and Firefighting Service (ARFF) shared on Facebook that its firefighters provided support to the Maldives National Defense Force (MNDF).

The post added that they worked for 10 hours non-stop to control the fire and rescue the residents affected.

“We appreciate the hard work, team effort and support from public, Maldives National Defense Force, Maldives Police Service, Maldivian Red Crescent and National Disaster Management Authority in this horrific incident. Our prayers are with the families and individuals affected. May Allah make it easy for everyone of us,” the firefighting team said in a statement.

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