“Just three minutes ago, we heard loud explosion. Abot hanggang dito ‘yung pagyanig ng pagsabog. Before the explosion, may sunog doon. Tapos may maliliit na pagsabog hanggang sa sumabog ng malakas. Merong mga sugatan pero ‘di pa natin alam kung may nasawi,” Army Deputy Spokesman Captain Anthony Bacus said from Public Affairs Office a kilometer away from Army Support Command of the Philippine Army Headquarters in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City where currently the fire is engulfing the said headquarters.
Firefighters are now trying to control the fire which is now under third alarm. As of posting time, number of soldiers and civilian hurt in the incident is still unknown.
Last year, it was reported that P30 million worth of office equipment and files was damaged by fire in Army Support Command of the Philippine Army Headquarters.