Emergency response sa Mandaluyong pinalakas pa

Emergency response sa Mandaluyong pinalakas pa

February 2, 2022 @ 12:05 PM 8 months ago


MANIL,A Philippines – Kasunud ng naganap na sunog kamakailan sa Mandaluyong City, pinangunahan ni Mandaluyong Rep. Neptali “Boyet” Gonzales ang pagbibigay ng dalawang firetrucks at limang ambulansya sa Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) at ilang barangay sa lungsod sa layon na rin na palakasin ang emergency response sa mga sunog at gayundin sa pandemic.

CSUPT. Nahum Tarroza, BFP Director for Plans and Development • CSUPT. Roel Jeremy G. Diaz, BFP OIC/Deputy Chief for Administration • Mandaluyong City Mayor Menchie Abalos • FSUPT. Albert D. De Baguio, Office of the City Fire Marshal, Mandaluyong City • Deputy Speaker & Mandaluyong City Congressman Neptali “Boyet” Gonzales • SSUPT. Jerome T. Reano, Deputy Regional Director for Administration • SUPT. Andres C. Daus Jr., Deputy District of Fire Director

 

Ang dalawang unit ng 54-meter aerial ladder firetrucks na ibinigay sa BFP Mandaluyong City ay may kakayahan na umabot ng hanggang 18 palapag habang ang 5 ambulansya na nagkakahalaga ng P2.4M bawat isa ay ibinigay sa Barangay Addition Hills, Barangay Hulo, Barangay Vergara, Command and Control Center (C3) at National Center for Mental Health.

“We are elated and thankful that, through our continuous efforts and lobbying in Congress, we are finally able to push for these firetrucks and ambulances which will play a crucial role in serving our constituents here in Mandaluyong during times of disasters and emergencies,”pahayag ni Gonzales.

“We hope that through these firetrucks, we will be able to boost our firefighters’ capabilities against fire incidents especially for high-rise buildings in the city, as well as crowded areas where elevated firefighting mechanisms would have better reach.The five initial ambulance units from DOH will also surely help our people and serve their health and emergency needs. These are testaments of our commitment to public service during these challenging times. Our people deserve no less,”dagdag pa nito.

Ang modernong firetrucks na tinurn over ay may six-cylinder capacity at turbocharge feature, Euro V Compliant at mayroong Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system habang ang ambulance units ay may kumpletong medical equipment gaya ng ambulance, folding, and scoop stretcher, automated external defibrillator (AED) nebulizer, portable suction machine, examining light, aneroid sphygmomanometer stethoscopes (pedia and adult), non-contact thermometer, blood-glucose meter, manual resuscitators (adult, infant, pedia), oxygen cylinder with oxygen therapy set), laryngoscope set, immobilization device, delivery set, air purifier, dashboard camera at dalawang cellular phones.

Matatandaan na noong September 2021 ay may 96 civilians ang natrapped sa nasusunog na Mega Tower residential building sa Mandaluyong City, ang mga ito ay in-airlift at nirescue ng Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) at noong December 2021 ay tinupok ng apoy ang ilang kainan, tindahan at apartment sa Basilan street sa Mandaluyong.

“These firetrucks and ambulances are essential in saving the lives of our constituents in times of distress and emergencies. Rest assured that we will continue to push for these relevant projects that would better serve our city, and would put to good use our taxpayers’ hard-earned money,” pagtatapos pa ni Gonzales. Gail Mendoza