JUST IN: Fire guts private warehouses in Lagos

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Some private warehouses being used to trade  and stock frozen fish and plastic packs are presently engulfed by fire in Lagos.

The warehouses are located at 243, Moshood Abiola Way, Ijora 7up, Apapa-Iganmu LCDA, Lagos. According to a report, the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service is presently  battling  to  put out the warehouse fire.

The fire, which was reported at about 11.04am  on Sunday morning saw the deployment of Sari Iganmu Fire Station to douse the incident that  involved some private warehouses used to trade and stock frozen fish and take-away plastic packs.

According to the Director, Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service Mrs. Adeseye Margaret, the cause of the fire is yet unknown, but that the fire has been contained to the warehouse block, while other four warehouses blocks were currently being saved.

“The fire, which cause is yet unknown, has been contained to the warehouse block where it emanated from  while other four warehouses blocks were currently being saved without any injury or death.

Details later…


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