Pasay deploys 19 trucks for water rationing
Nineteen firetrucks from the combined forces of government firefighters and volunteer fire brigades began circulating this morning to provide water rationing to residents affected by the widespread water interruption. The firetrucks will be in service from 7 am to 7 pm and will last until Tuesday, March 7, 2023.
The move came after the recent announcement of a water interruption schedule affecting various parts of the city. With the limited water supply, the government and volunteer firefighters joined forces to provide assistance to affected residents.
The firetrucks will be stationed in strategic areas throughout the affected areas to ensure that residents have access to clean water. The teams will also prioritize those in need of medical attention and other emergencies.
The efforts of the firefighters have been commended by the community, with many expressing their gratitude for their tireless efforts to provide assistance during this difficult time.
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