MANILA – a fire in a large tourist hotel in the Philippine capital Manila are at least four people to the life to come. Six others were injured. Moreover, there are still at least nineteen people embedded in the building, said the authorities on Sunday.
The fire brigade assumes that the fire broke out during renovation work.
The Waterfront Manila Pavilion Hotel with 350 rooms is located in the tourist district of Ermita of Manila. The building dates from 1968 and is undergoing since last year, a thorough renovation. How many people in the building were, was still unclear. Rescue workers said only that except for the embedded people, everyone in security is established.
Those who are still at the hotel stuck in life and are in constant contact with the rescuers, said a spokesman. Looking for a way to get them out to get.