Serendra probe results expected on Friday
MANILA, Philippines - The government is expected to release results of its probe on the deadly blast in Serendra on Friday, June 7, according to Palace spokesperson Edwin Lacierda.
"I just spoke to Secretary Mar Roxas this morning. According to him, in all likelihood, they will be coming out with the results of the probe this Friday. Secretary Mar Roxas may announce the results of the probe this coming Friday," he told Malacañang reporters.
A strong explosion rocked the posh enclave in Taguig Friday, May 31, killing 3 and injuring 4 others. (READ: Blast in Serendra; 3 killed, 4 injured)
The ongoing probe is focused on Unit 501, the site of the deadly blast. Roxas earlier disclosed that no residue of bombs or explosive devices were recovered by 3 teams of bomb-sniffing dogs. (READ: Cause of blast still unclear and Probers focusing on Serendra blast site)
Philippine stocks plummeted Monday, June 3, after the blast. The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index nosedived 258.57 points or 3.68% to 6,763.38. (READ: PSEi plunges on Serendra blast, Wall St falls)
The incident also got potential homebuyers concerned although analysts do not expect long term impact. (READ: Serendra blast affects real estate in short-term - analysts). - Carmela Fonbuena/Rappler.com