Lorenzana did not provide additional details but said that the military also suffered “many injuries” as the fight against the Maute group and its allies dragged on.
But he said the fighting has started to wane and might be over soon.
However, he clarified that only ground commanders could say when the city would be totally cleared of the terrorists.
Brig. Gen. Restituto Padilla, the Armed Forces spokesperson, said the number of slain terrorists rose to 351 as ofWednesdayevening.
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