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Mandaluyong vice mayor assists fire victims in Addition Hills 

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Mandaluyong City Vice Mayor Menchie Abalos provided financial assistance to families affected by the recent fire that broke out in Block 37 Ext. Barangay Addition Hills. The Vice Mayor also expressed her condolences to the family of the victim who lost his life in the incident.

In a statement, Vice Mayor Abalos expressed her deep concern for the affected families and her commitment to help them get back on their feet. She urged residents to remain vigilant and take necessary precautions to prevent similar incidents from happening again.

The Vice Mayor also reminded residents that the local government is always ready to provide assistance during times of crisis. She encouraged affected families to reach out to the City Hall for support.


The fire in Block 37 Ext. Barangay Addition Hills destroyed several houses, leaving many families homeless. Vice Mayor Abalos assured residents that the city government will do everything in its power to help them recover and rebuild their lives.

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