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Abule-Egba Pipeline Fire Put Out

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The Abule-Egba, Lagos pipeline fire which started on Sunday night has been put out by firefighters and emergency responders.

The Lagos State Government revealed this in a tweet on Monday.

After several hours of intense fire fighting by the combined teams of Lagos Fire and other agencies, the fire at Ile Epo Ekoro Road, Abule-Egba Inwards Baruwa in Alimosho LGA was successfully put out,” the tweet said.

“By 9pm the fire was curtailed and by 11:30pm it was put off. Having contained the area at 11:30pm, an enumeration of the vehicles and properties that were involved this morning commenced.

Houses and vehicles were also destroyed in the inferno.

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu tweeted about the incident.

“My thoughts and prayers are with the families & businesses affected in the unfortunate incident at Abule Egba. We are thankful for the brave members of LASEMA and our fire service that swung into action working all night to reduce the impact. Pipeline Vandals will be shown no mercy.

“We must work together to ensure man-made incidents like Abule Egba are avoided. Security and information gathering along volatile corridors will increase and a stronger synergy with communities must happen. We all have a role to play,” he said.

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