Foreign Affairs spokesman Raul Hernandez said that the Consulate General in Chicago “is prepared to extend all necessary assistance in facilitating the repatriation of the remains” of Allen Belaguas, the overseas Filipino worker who died saving a family of the American he was working for in Chicago. Belaguas, 21, was working as an in-home caregiver for Tom and Jan Lambert when a fire hit their home in December. After saving them, he suffered third degree burns and damage to his lungs, and was in coma for two months. He died at the Rainbow Hospice facility at 5:35 p.m. Sunday (US time). His relatives are now asking for aid to repatriate his remains.