The Araneta Center bus terminal fire in Cubao, Quezon City that was put out Thursday evening reignited on Friday noon, the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) said.
In a report, the BFP said the fire was at the 1st Alarm at 12 p.m.
The blaze first broke out at 4:46 p.m. on Thursday and reached the Task Force Bravo alarm before being put out.
The fire started at the sanitation barracks at a commercial building's mezzanine. The cause was still under investigation.
The fire caused P245 million in property damage. One person was reported hurt in the fire.
The Araneta City business center management announced earlier that operations at the Times Square Park and Beep jeep terminals were temporarily suspended due to the Thursday night fire.
"We would like to thank all the firefighters who came from Quezon City and surrounding areas for their quick response to the situation.," the management said in a Facebook post.
Meanwhile, Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board officials inspected the fire damage and said that the modern jeep terminal could return to normal operation during the weekend. — DVM, GMA Integrated News