UPDATE: Two feared dead as helicopter crashes into building in Lagos

Information has it that two persons out of three people on board the helicopter that crashed in Lagos on Friday afternoon are feared dead.

Tribune Online gathered that the helicopter marked HEL-BEL 206 with three people on board crashed into Opebi area of Lagos State.

The helicopter with registration number 5N-BQW was said to have originated from Port Harcourt for a yet to be disclosed mission and the identities of the three onboard too unknown.

The aviation authorities are yet to reveal the details about the helicopter, status of the people on board.

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