Wendell Ramos admits having mixed emotions on first call of duty as a firefighter

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  • Wendell Ramos responded to a fire in Valenzuela City, his first time after he finished training as a firefighter
  • He admitted to having mixed emotions but thanked his colleagues for the guidance
  • The actor decided to take on this new career as a way of giving back to the community

Just a few days after being a certified firefighter, Wendell Ramos took the challenge as he responded to a call of duty.

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The actor and his team came to the rescue after a fire broke out in Valenzuela City on Thursday.

In a report by “24 Oras”, it was disclosed that the burning establishment is a factory of electric supplies. The incident lasted for 7 hours; causing damage worth P15 million. Luckily, no one was hurt.

The 41-year-old Kapuso star shared snapshots of himself on Instagram.

“Felt sorry for the people and the community we responded today,” he said. He expressed having mixed emotions on his first duty as a volunteer firefighter.

“But, I am thankful for the guidance of my fellow,” he added.

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He shared in an interview with ‘24 Oras”, “When you’re working as a team and alam mo ‘yung mga kasamahan mo hindi ka iiwan, at alam n’yong tama ‘yung ginagawa n’yo para may mailigtas kayo, may matigil kayong disaster, gagawin n’yo po lahat.”

Wendell continues to receive praise for his new career.

“Salamat sir sa pag responde n’yo sa katabi ng aming pabrika. Salamat, sir. Thank you!  Salute to all firefighters.”

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Wendell Ramos masayang ibinalita na isa na siyang bumbero

“Thank you for your service. Sana all. Imbes na magdada sa mga live sa FB dapat tumulong na lang.”

“Wow! Nakaka-proud naman po kayo. God will surely bless you kasi po napakabuti n’yong tao, sir.”

When he was young, the actor wanted to be a police. Then came a time when he also wished to a soldier someday. But the pandemic made him decide to be a firefighter. For him, it is also a way of giving back to the community, especially during these difficult times.