This shocking drone footage shows a fire that killed three people and left 6,000 homeless.
The blaze ripped through more than 500 homes killed a baby, a 26-year-old woman and a 29-year-old man after it started in wooden homes in Mandaluyong City, Philippines, last November.
Firefighters battled the intense flames for seven hours before it was finally brought under control – leaving 6,000 people homeless.
Incredible footage shot by drone flyer Wup Garapal shows the rampaging flames as they tear through a village.
He said: ”Making aerial drone videos is my hobby and I was in the area. It was very sad to watch it.”
Fire fighters said the blaze had caused 10million pesos worth of damage – the equivalent of 380,000GBP.
More than 6,000 people were left homeless after the fire in the Barangay Addition Hills district of the city.
The Bureau of Fire Protection said they were still investigating what caused the blaze.
A spokesman said: ”Those affected are staying at a school hall and gym as temporary accommodation.
”The fire reached the highest level of alarm and required all of our resources. It was extinguished at 3:24am on Monday morning.”