A sad news has occurred to the family of a young man by name Mr. Sunday Alao, who is 29 years of age. It was reported by Punch that he fell to death while working in a police barracks located in Alausa area of Lagos State.
It happened that the young man's boss by name Sunday Seye who is into plumbing was given a contract in the police building, to fix pipes for water supply. He then gathered his other workers to get the work done, which included the late Sunday Alao.
The Report Of The Incident By Punch News
While Sunday and his other colleagues were working on the project, he climbed a ladder to the second floor to connect the tank to the borehole which he did successfully. Just as he was coming down from the ladder, he lost balance and fell to the ground without his colleague knowing, as he thought it was the ladder that fell down.
However, someone notified his colleague of what had happened and Sunday was rushed to Lagos State University Teaching Hospital but eventually died due to the level of injuries he sustained during the fall.
Source: Punch News
The Deceased 29 Year Old Mr. Sunday Alao
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