10 Good Samaritans Who Emerged During The Taal Eruption

10 Good Samaritans Who Emerged During The Taal Eruption

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While volcano activity from Taal is no point of stopping, there are glimmers of hope that sprung at the sight of disaster. Here are some Filipinos (or at least what we’ve compiled from social media) that deserve a tap on the back for being modern day heroes.

1. Angel Efryl Castillo & Family Of Bauan, Batangas

Props to Angel and her family for utilizing their eatery as a place to provide free food for the evacuees.

Photo Source: Angel Efryl Castillo

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