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Take care of yourselves, Philippine Red Cross chair tells public

Manila : Philippines | Aug 06, 2012 at 11:01 PM PDT
Source: Inquirer.net
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People who need rescuing may call their emergency line at 527-000 however, he said women, children, the sick and elderly are their priorities in their operations.   Yung mga kailangan ang unang ire-rescue dapat Kung safe naman ay hindi naman ipa-prioritize, he explained.   Likewise, Gordon said that... FULL ARTICLE AT Inquirer.net
 
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