JV Ejercito loses ‘lucky car’ for 10 years amid auto shop fire in Mandaluyong

JV Ejercito loses ‘lucky car’ for 10 years amid auto shop fire in Mandaluyong

- A fire broke out at an auto repair shop along EDSA near Connecticut St. in Greenhills

- Senator JV Ejercito has lost his 10-year-old car to a fire

- The senator shared on social media his feelings about losing a sentimental car

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Senator JV Ejercito shared on social media that he lost his “lucky” car for 10 years due to the fire that broke out this morning in Mandaluyong. KAMI learned that Ejercito’s car was at the Autoplus Car Center when the fire burned down the shop.

Through a tweet, Ejercito shared how he felt losing his Toyota Sequoia, as reported by Inquirer.

“I feel sad, my car for the past 10 years, my Toyota Sequoia burned in the fire at Autoplus Car Center this morning,” Ejercito shared.

“Feeling sentimental because we’ve been through so many battles and it was my most reliable, not to mention “lucky” car. Will be missing this car,” he added.

Ejercito also shared that on the bright side, at least no one got hurt due to the blaze.

“Good thing nobody got hurt in the fire,” the senator said.

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Even Senator Sherwin Gatchalian shared his sentiments with Ejercito’s “lucky car”.

“I have ridden that car Bro. Pumunta tayo ng La Union for a town fiesta. RIP Sequoia,” Gatchalian said.

According to a report by GMA News, another car of Ejercito was affected by the fire. His Ford Everest has been damaged as well.

On Monday morning, a fire broke out along EDSA near Connecticut Street in Greenhills. The Bureau of Fire and Protection (BFP) confirmed that the fire started at 11:14 a.m.

The incident caused heavy traffic to motorists. The Mandaluyong BFP is still conducting an investigation about the fire’s main cause.

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