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Three people rescued from Lagos collapsed building

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At least three persons have been rescued alive from a collapsed two-storey building in Freeman Street, Lagos Island on Saturday.

The building which is still under construction caved in during a heavy downpour on Saturday.

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) had earlier confirmed earlier that one person was brought out dead from the rubbles.

READ ALSO:One dies in Lagos building collapse

NEMA’s South-West Zonal Coordinator, Ibrahim Farinloye, confirmed the latest development to journalists in Lagos.

Emergency responders from NEMA, Lagos Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), and the State Fire Service had been deployed to the scene for rescue operations.

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