Men from the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service are currently trying to put out the fire that has engulfed two warehouses owned by the Guinness PLC, which is located opposite Sunday Market, Wemco Road, Ogba, Lagos.
Mrs Margaret Adeseye, the Acting Head of the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service, had made this known this morning when she mentioned that a distress call was received at about 0330hrs.
According to her, the state firefighters who were deployed to the scene of the incident are from the Alausa and Ilupeju Fire Stations to rescue the situation immediately when the call was received.
She also explained that the cause of the inferno is yet to be ascertained at the moment and disclosed that there was no record of casualties at the incident.
Source; Tale Tela
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