Lagos State Governor, Babajide SanwoOlu, has ordered a probe into the collapse of a 7storey building under construction on Banana Island.
The building, which collapsed on Banana Island on Wednesday, recorded no death, but 25 people were rescued from the site, which Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) scanned with a highprecision 3D Laser Imagery System for life, and found no evidence of anyone trapped in the rubble.
The State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr Gbenga Omotoso, disclosed this in a statement made available to newsmen, saying that preliminary investigations had shown that the incident occurred during concrete casting.
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This was just as he gave an update on the incident, concerning the rescue ongoing operations at the site and the care being offered to the injured that were rescued.
The statement read, The Lagos State Government has launched a probe into the collapse of a sevenstorey building under construction on Banana Island, Ikoyi, following a directive by Governor Babajide SanwoOlu.
Nobody died in the incident, which occurred on Wednesday as of the time of this report.
Twentyfive people were rescued from the site, which Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) scanned with a highprecision 3D Laser Imagery System for life, and found no evidence of anyone trapped in the rubble.
A roll call has also been done by the site supervisors, with everyone accounted for.
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