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How to echo data from array?

You are doing something wrong (not shown in question, probably wrong var). The code below working as expected (

$row = array(
    'first_information' => Array(10,12),
    'rows' => 1,
     0 => Array(
        'data_1' => 1,
        'data_2' => 2,
        'data_3' => 3,
        'data_4' => 4,
        'data_5' => 5

foreach($row['first_information'] as $first)  
    echo $first; 

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