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Ibadan Collapsed Building: Trapped Victims Cry For Help With Phone Calls

By News Express on 16/03/2019

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•Crowd of helpless people at the site of the collapsed building. Photo: Nigerian Tribune.
•Crowd of helpless people at the site of the collapsed building. Photo: Nigerian Tribune.

Tragedy struck again in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, Friday evening, when a two-storey building collapsed at Sogoye, along Bode area of the ancient city.

As at last night, people trapped under the rubbles could be heard making phone calls crying for help.

No fewer than 23 persons were trapped when the building under construction collapsed, witnesses said.

The incident occurred about 5.30p.m. eye witnesses around said.

•Largely based on reports by Nigerian Tribune.

Source News Express

Posted 16/03/2019 05:39:56 AM

 

 

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