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Lagos records another case of collapsed building


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The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, says five persons have been rescued alive while four dead bodies were recovered from a three-storey building that collapsed in the Onike area of Lagos State.

The Zonal Coordinator Southwest of NEMA, Ibrahim Farinloye made the disclosure to newsmen on Sunday.

According to Farinloye, the building crumbled during a downpour on Saturday.

The Zonal Coordinator assured that the emergency responders are working hard on the Search and Rescue Operation.

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