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PJI :: Metro : Valenzuela ex-fire chief taps `padrinos`
Agapito Nacario, who is now fire marshal of Caloocan City, is allegedly seeking the help of three lawmakers.
In an interview, Nacario
denied reports that he
was seeking the help of the three solons.
is satisfied with his
post as Caloocan fire marshal."At saka parang demotion na sa akin pag bumalik pa ako sa Valenzuela dahil hamak na mas malaki itong puwesto ko sa Caloocan," he
BFP official: Firemen attacked again - Dec. 10, 2003
Fire chief Agapito Nacario of the Caloocan Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) said panicking residents hurled debris at responding firefighters during a blaze in Dagat-Dagatan area, Caloocan City.
, however, insisted that the incident happened.
has written the Department of Interior and Local Government and the BFP
and suggested the formation of an armed unit of firefighters to provide security to their colleagues.
Chief Inspector Agapito ...
Chief Inspector Agapito Nacario, Valenzuela City Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) chief, said the first incident occurred at around 1 p.m. at the building of the Super Tex Enterprises, a furniture manufacturing company at 205 Maysan Road in Barangay Maysan.
said the blaze started at the production area of Super Tex Enterprises
and spread rapidly due to the highly combustible materials and chemicals inside the building.
said the fire broke out inside the company's stockroom but firemen were able to contain the blaze within the firm's compound.
Agapito Nacario, fire marshal of Caloocan, said his men have begun looking into the fire incident.
Leonardo had said that a lighted candle at the altar could have triggered the fire, but this has yet to be established by arson investigators, according to Nacario
Our investigation is now linked to the killing of the barangay chairman," Nacario
Agapito Nacario, fire marshal of Caloocan, said the fire displaced around 500 families.
"We had trouble putting out the fire because it quickly spread toward adjacent houses.We received a late report from concerned citizens," Nacario