A Fire outbreak has destroyed millions worth of goods having struck a warehouse market located at the Iddo area of Lagos State.
Tribune Online gathered that the Warehouse contained combustible materials such as candle, batteries, Polish, cello tape etc.
The Director-General, LASEMA, Dr Osanyipeju, noted that no lives lost nor casualties recorded as it started at 5 pm, on Sunday, and lasted for a while.
“The agency activated its response team to the above scene to discover a fire which was caused by a power surge when electricity was restored.
“While there appears to be no loss of life, the agency is working alongside the Lagos and Federal Fire Services to control the fire and curtail the extensive spread of the flames.”
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