JUST IN: Filipinos Who Died In Beirut Blast Now Up To Four
BEIRUT BLAST – The number of Filipinos who died in the horrible tragic blast in Beirut, Lebanon, is now up to four.
According to ABS-CBN News in their Facebook page, this came from a report from the Philippine Embassy in Beirut, according to the DFA.
Meanwhile, 31 more have been injured while one individual, who is working as a household service worker, is still missing, as of the moment.
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The blast also was reportedly caused by highly explosive materials stored in a warehouse, which kept 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate.
The Supreme Defense Council of Lebanon said that the probe is ongoing to determine what caused the blast. It added that they would charge those responsible for the blast with the “maximum punishment” possible.
The Health Minister of Beirut reported that there were at about 70n people killed by the blast, and 4,000 more were injured, as previously reported.
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