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WATCH: Volunteers save the night for Taal Volcano victims

CAVITE, Philippines – A tricycle crash broke the dead silence in a neighborhood in Alfonso, Cavite, where villagers kept vigil for a second night since Taal Volcano started erupting.

In a nearby evacuation center, some senior citizens and children lined up for a medical checkup and medicines way past midnight.

The cold, exposure to the elements, and the inhaling of volcanic ash are taking a toll on their health.

It's a good thing that kindhearted volunteers were on the scene to help out, to somehow ease the burden of these families reeling from the volcano's wrath. – Rappler.com

JC Gotinga

JC Gotinga often reports about the West Philippine Sea, the communist insurgency, and terrorism as he covers national defense and security for Rappler. He enjoys telling stories about his hometown, Pasig City. JC has worked with Al Jazeera, CNN Philippines, News5, and CBN Asia.

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