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12 year old girl recovered from collapsed storey building in Lagos



A 12-year-old girl has been recovered from the rubble of the collapsed one-storey at 122, Herbert Macaulay Way, Lagos Bus Stop, Ebute Metta, Lagos. The girl is suspected to be be dead.

PM News had earlier reported that three adults had been recovered from the ruins.

Prior to that PM News had reported that a woman and a baby were trapped in the building while a female adult was rescued alive. This was based on the information provided by the Director, Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service, Margaret Adeseye.

But the Service after that, said two more bodies had been recovered, one being male and the other female. According to that report, the two of them were suspected to be dead.

The first message from the Fire Service had read: “The Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service is currently attending to an emergency which was reported at 09:00 hours to 122, Herbert Macaulay Way, Lagos Bus Stop, Ebute Meta, Lagos where a one storey building with penthouse has collapsed and two adults and a baby, all females are still trapped with search and rescue ongoing.

Three adults have now been recovered from the ruins of a collapsed one-storey building at 122, Herbert Macaulay Way, Lagos Bus Stop, Ebute Metta, Lagos.

“However, an adult female has been rescued alive in stable condition as the State Emergency Response fully activated”.

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