BFP gets emergency vehicles from Japan


THE Japanese government has donated 17 fire trucks and three ambulances to towns badly affected by Typhoon Yolanda. Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) Officer-in-Charge Chief Supt. Carlito Romero and Japanese Charges d’affaires to the Philippines Tetsuro Amano signed the grant contract for the “Project for Providing Emergency Vehicles for the Typhoon-Affected Areas of the Philippines” at the BFP National Headquarters along Agham Road in Quezon City on Monday. The fire trucks and ambulances are expected to arrive at the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority next month.


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