Prompt intervention by Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), on Tuesday, September 21, prevented another petrol explosion at the Abule Ado area of the state.
The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) has successfully rescued the four people trapped in a grey Toyota Camry with registration number KRD-822FX by a 40ft containerized truck which fell sideways at Abalti Barracks on Sunday.
Eight days after commercial activities were grounded in Ikotun and environs following heavy flow of Petroleum Motor Spirit (PMS) from a vandalised pipeline into Omoboriowo Street, and Prince Adeyemi Street off Governor Road, Ikotun, residents are still in panic mode.
The Director-General (DG) of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Dr Oluwaglfemi Oke-Osanyintolu, has announced that the agency responded to no fewer than 822 emergencies in the State in six months.
It has been a traumatic experience for motorists and commuters in Lagos and environs in the last two weeks, following killings involving unlatched containers falling on victims.
A 40-feet container on Sunday crushed two cars, leaving one person dead and the other injured on the Otedola Bridge, the News agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports...
Swift response to distress calls by the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), yesterday saved the lives of residents, except a five year old, when a three-Storey building collapsed at 19, Church Street, on Lagos Island.
It was a bleak Wednesday for traders at the multibillion naira Ladipo International Spare Parts Market, Mushin, as an early morning inferno destroyed 20 shops in the market.
Against the backdrop of a poorly equipped and struggling fire service, the federal and state governments across the country should be concerned over the increasing incidents of fire outbreaks and the attendant massive loss of human...
The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) said no life was lost in the fire outbreak which occurred at a three-storey building in Marina, Lagos Island, on Sunday.
Following the gas explosion accident that claimed five lives and 24 vehicles at OPIC Plaza, Ikeja, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) has instructed all trucks conveying gases..
The fire that trailed the leakage from a moving cooking gas truck in Lagos on Thursday came from the kitchen of restaurant.