THE fire that gutted the explosives and ordnance disposal (EOD) building of the Philippine Army claimed another life on Wednes–day. Army spokesman Lt. Col. Noel Detoyato on Thursday said Lt. Dinar Alosada died at 3:39 p.m. at the burn unit of the East Avenue Medical Center in Quezon City. Alosada suffered third degree burns on 80 percent of his body, the same fate suffered by Cpl. Bernabe Moto and Master Sgt. Ferdinand Rafal. Detoyato also disclosed that investigations conducted by the Bureau of Fire Protection (BPF) and the Board of Inquiry showed that the fire was caused by overloading and negligence because of the absence of a safety officer when the fire broke out.