See the aftermath of the Iddo's Warehouse that gets destroyed by fire last night
By Magneto | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 0 views
Last night was a very sad day for many shop owners of the Warehouse that’s located at the Iddo Railway Terminal, Ijora, Olopa Area of Lagos state. According to the eyewitness that was present during the fire outburst, made it known that the fire started around 6 pm yesterday and all the efforts to stop the fire from escalating were proving abortive.
The Director-General of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Dr. Femi Oke-Osanyintolu made it known that no life was lost in the disaster, but many properties were destroyed, it is also known that most of the goods in the warehouse were combustible goods, such as Candle, batteries, Cello tape, polish and many more, all these aided the fire to keep burning.
Over 19 fire vehicles were present at the incident, and they all used their energies to pull off the fire, according to the Railway cooperation no Railway Station or equipment was destroyed, just the warehouse and the goods inside it.
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