Four people have been rescued from the building collapse on Lagos Island, Lagos. The PUNCH learnt that the affected building was a three-storeyed building.
The Director of the Lagos State Fire Service, Rasaki Musbau, said the building had a partial collapse, adding that firefighters had taken the four rescued victims to a hospital.
The four rescued, according to Musbau, were all the occupants of the building. “Information from our men on the ground at the scene showed that it was a partial collapse.
They have removed four persons trapped in the building. They were all rescued alive. “They have been taken to the hospital for treatment as I speak,” he added.