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The Philippine Red Cross deployed an ambulance team, a search and rescue team, and a welfare team to assist the people affected by a collapsed wall in Barangay Kaybagal Central, Tagaytay City, Cavite on July 11. The incident, involving eight victims, happened on a residential construction site.

In coordination with the Bureau of Fire Protection Tagaytay City and the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, the Philippine Red Cross sent volunteers and staff and an ambulance team to the incident area. The emergency medical services team treated a patient with multiple body abrasions and laceration, while the welfare team provided psychosocial support to another patient.

“Ang Philippine Red Cross ay laging handa at laging nandyan kapag may mga ganitong medical emergency. Meron tayong emergency medical services personnel o ambulance team at meron din tayong search and rescue team. Nandyan din ang ating welfare team na may kasanayan sa pagbigay ng psychosocial support na lubhang kailangan ng taong nakaranas ng krisis,” Philippine Red Cross Chairman and CEO Richard J. Gordon said.

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Born officially in 1947, but with roots that traces back to the revolutionary days, the Philippine Red Cross has truly become the premier humanitarian organization in the country, committed to provide quality life-saving services that protect the life and dignity especially of indigent Filipinos in vulnerable situations.

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Last July 27, a magnitude 7 earthquake damaged 868 houses (857 partially and 11 totally) and affected 1,748,258 individuals in Abra, Ilocos Sur, Kalinga, Mt. Province, Benguet, and La Union. 1,222 families and 5,799 individuals have sought shelter in 12 evacuation centers. And they need your help.

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