MARAWI CITY, PHILIPPINES - JUNE 03:  Residents who escaped from the inner city being sieged by militants are transported to safer grounds, on June 3, 2017 in Marawi City, southern Philippines. At least 182 residents trapped between gun battles between government troops and ISIS-linked militants were rescued by a team of civilian rescuers on Friday. Residents recounted their harrowing ordeal in surviving for more than a week while trying to escape without being killed by crossfire. Filipino officials announced on Thursday the death toll during the fighting at Malawi City to have risen to 129, with 89 extremists among the dead and 1,000 civilians remaining trapped in the southern city during the 10th day of the crisis. Ten soldiers have reportedly been killed and several were wounded during "friendly fire" on Thursday when Philippine's air force dropped bombs on Islamic extremists while government forces struggle to end the siege, the military said Thursday. According to reports, the terror groups started taking hostages, including a roman catholic priest, among the 1,000 residents stranded and around 85,000 people had been forced to seek refuge at evacuation centers around Marawi. President Rodrigo Duterte declared martial law in Mindanao after militants Maute Group and Abu Sayyaf rampaged through Marawi city, which is home to some 200,000 people. (Photo by Jes Aznar/Getty Images)