- Some people are still trapped in a building that collapsed on the Flour Mills Estate in Badagry on Wednesday November 17th
- Die The management of Lagos State Fire and the ambulance service put the number of victims trapped in the rubble as four.
- However, the service found that at least five people left the building under construction were recovered
Badagry, Lagos – A multi-storey building the Flour Mills Estate in the Badagry neighborhood of Lagos state collapsed on Wednesday. November 17th
According to the Lagos state fire and rescue service, the collapsed building was under construction, reports The Cable.
In an on-site report of the tragedy, the head of the service, Margaret Adeseye, said four victims were recovered from the rubble.
Several people were also gathered in the Buildings trapped while five victims were rescued.
Survivor reports the collapse of the 21-story Ikoyi building
Meanwhile, a survivor has collapsed 21-story building in the Ikoyi district of Lagos had disclosed details of the incident on Gerrard Road.
The survivor (name withheld) had stated that he was with his colleague on the Construction was going on when the first pillar of the building broke.
Furthermore, the survivor, who worked as a work He also worked on the construction site, interviewed at the hospital where he was being treated.
He also said he had been warned not to talk to the press or anyone else about the incident discuss.
The survivor said:
“I worked with my colleague. I was told not to tell anyone.
“On that day we were working on the first floor, engineer Kola and engineer Ola told us that there was a pillar on the first floor, the pillar had cracked.”
He noticed that while they were working they heard a noise and the column began to shake. According to the survivor, he and another colleague he identified as Monday started running out of the building.
However, the survivor said he fell and was having trouble doing that Leaving the building, however, somehow managed to go with the security guard, who helped him to the hospital on a motorcycle.