PROVINCIAL BUS CATCHES FIRE ON EDSA

A provincial bus from Sorsogon on its way to Cubao, Quezon City caught fire near of the Metro Rail Transit's Ortigas station on EDSA early Monday morning, Super Radyo dzBB reported.

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