No fewer than 16 passengers are feared dead after their boat capsized around Mile 2 area of Lagos State.
The Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Dr. Oluwafemi Oke-Osanyintolu, has said that emergency responders must share information, work together, gather intelligence and look for early warnings...
Early intervention by Lagos responders, yesterday, averted colossal damage to properties, following a fire outbreak and accidents across the metropolis.
A fire outbreak gutted a warehouse and other properties at 118, Broad Street, CMS, Lagos on Tuesday. The warehouse fire which broke out earlier today has not recorded any casualties at the time of filing this report. Permanent Secretary, LASEMA Dr. Olufemi Damilola Oke-Osanyintolu in a statement said, "On arrival at the above scene of…
An early morning fire yesterday, gutted an Ikoyi house of a former Chief Judge of Lagos State at 14 A, Ilabere Road, Ikoyi.
Lagos State government has tasked emergency stakeholders on preparedness in order to adequately manage emerging disasters in the state, moving away from disaster reduction to disaster prevention.
Three more bodies were, yesterday, recovered from the rubbles of the three-storey building, which collapsed under construction at Freeman Road, 4 Alayaki Lane, Lagos Island.
A three-storey building under construction, yesterday, collapsed under the torrential rainfall at 4 Alayaki Lane, Freeman Road, Lagos Island. Two persons were rescued alive while another two were confirmed dead.
An adult male was, late Wednesday night, crushed to death by a fallen 40ft container at Costain Roundabout, Lagos, while another adult female got injured in the incident.
It was a field day for scavengers, yesterday, at the site of the collapsed three-storey building at 24, Ibadan Street, Ebute Metta, Lagos, as they rummaged the site in search of things buried in the rubbles.
Lagos residents have lamented the disappearance of rails on footbridges and bus stops provided to protect pedestrians and other road users across the state.
Three bodies have been recovered from the rubbles of the collapse three-storey located at Yaba, Lagos State on Saturday, February 12, 2022, while two persons were rescued.