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JUST IN: Fire Razes Shops At Lagos Auto Spare Parts Market

On March 8, 2023, a fire broke out in Ajegunle Auto Spare Parts Market in Lagos State.

After a fire breakout in the early hours of Wednesday, some stores at the Akere Spare Parts Market, Olodi-Apapa in the Ajegunle neighborhood of Lagos State were destroyed.

Nevertheless, the Lagos State Fire Service said that the fire had been put out at its Ajegunle fire station.

According to a statement made by Margaret Adeseye, the director of the service, the service was informed of the fire outbreak on Wednesday at around 03:28 a.m in the morning.

She claimed that when the Ajegunle Fire Station arrived, they saw a row of stores selling car parts on fire.

She said that as a result, the Sari-Iganmu and Ilupeju Fire Teams of the Agency joined the team to put out the blaze and save additional neighboring structures as well as a filling station with a fully loaded 33,000 liter PMS tanker.

Adeseye revealed that a man with a gunshot wound had been found nearby the event.

According to the Fire Department, a thorough investigation will be necessary to determine the fire's suspected cause.

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