Philippines Manila The Manor Hotel fire 18/08/2001

At Least 75 Dead in Hotel Fire

Aug. 18, 2001 — Officials blame a lack of fire escapes and alarms for the deaths of at least 75 people after a fire burned a six-story hotel near Manila early this morning.

Philippines start hotel fire probe

MANILA, Philippines — Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo has visited survivors of a fire that swept through a hotel, killing at least 75 people.

Philippines hotel fire reveals neglect of safety standards

More than 70 people are dead and 100 injured, over half of them seriously, after a devastating fire broke out in the Manor Hotel in the Philippine capital of Manila early on Saturday morning. The flames spread rapidly through the third and fourth floors of the budget hotel, which is located in the Quezon City area of suburban Manila.

Hotel Fire Kills 70 Near Manila; Security Bars Blocked Escapes

A hotel in this Manila suburb went up in flames today, killing at least 70 people and injuring 54 others, including some taking part in a religious conference sponsored by an American evangelical group.

75 die in Philippine hotel fire

At least 75 people are thought to have been killed and 35 injured in a hotel fire in the Philippines early today.

Philippines hotel fire kills 75

At least 75 people have been killed after fire swept through a hotel in the Philippines early on Saturday morning.

Short circuit blamed for Manila fire

Philippine fire investigators suspect a short circuit in a stockroom set off the fire which swept through a Manila hotel on Saturday morning, killing 70 people trapped inside.

9 convicted in case of deadly QC Manor Hotel fire in 2001

MANILA, Philippines — Four Quezon City officials and five officers of the Manor Hotel have been convicted of charges arising from a 2001 blaze that killed 75 people.

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