- A storey building has collapsed in Fanibi area of Akure, the Ondo state capital, killing one person instantly
- Neighbours of the victim and other sympathisers are helping to rescue those who are trapped in the building
- The cause of the collapse which occurred on Tuesday, September 21, is yet to be ascertained as of the time of filing this report
Akure - Residents of Fanibi area of Akure, the capital of Ondo state were thrown into mourning after a storey building collapsed, leaving one dead on Tuesday morning, September 21.
The Punch citing an eyewitness report revealed the fatality was a woman whose identity has not been made public.
According to the report, some occupants who are members of a family were trapped inside when the structure collapsed.
Neighbours of the victim as well as other residents of the area have commenced the rescue of occupants including children.
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Vanguard confirming the report revealed the deceased was a mother of two. It was gathered that her remains had been deposited at the morgue of the state specialist hospital in Akure metropolis.
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Chairman of Takum council, Shiban Tikari confirmed the incident to Channels Television via a phone conversation.
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He further revealed that the victims were travelling in a commuter bus from Kano to Adamawa when the incident happened, adding that one of the applicants reportedly survived with a leg fracture.