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Two Kids Lost Their Life as Building Collapses In Lagos

Two unidentified kids lost their life after being trapped in a collapsed building at 46, Gafari Balogun Street, Ogundu, Lagos State. The Director-General of Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Dr Olufemi Oke Osanyintolu, spoke to NAN (News of Nigerian) The building collapsed due to mudslide, after a heavy downpour.

He stated that the victims were children, adding that their body had been recovered.

According to him,

“On arrival at the scene by agency responders, it was observed that a building collapsed as a result of a mudslide at the rear of the building caused by heavy rainfall. The agents were informed that two children, one male and one female, were trapped and immediately commenced a search and rescue operation. “Unfortunately, they were found dead and their remains transported to the mortuary.”

Others who lived in the building were said to be injured due to the collapse

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