Two die, 20 rescue in Abuja building collapse 

TWENTY persons have been rescued while two others have lost their lives in the Lagos Street, by Nsukka Street junction, Garki, Abuja building collapse.
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TWENTY persons have been rescued while two others have lost their lives in the Lagos Street, by Nsukka Street junction, Garki, Abuja building collapse.
   In response to the unfortunate incident in the early hours of the day, the FCT Police Command swiftly responded to the emergency, dispatching specialized search and rescue teams to the scene to save lives and ensure the safety of all those affected.
   Spokesperson for the Command, Josephine Adeh confirmed that the Command has deployed every effort to locate and extricate those who are trapped. We are working in close coordination with other relevant agencies, including the Fire Service, Emergency Medical Services, and disaster response teams to streamline our rescue efforts.
  FCT Commissioner of Police, Haruna Garba, visited the site to assess the situation and to extend condolences to the affected families. He appreciated the people for the tremendous support from the community and local volunteers who have come forward to assist in the rescue operation.
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   The CP extends his thoughts and prayers to the victims and their families and urges members of the public to stay clear of the incident area to facilitate the ongoing rescue efforts and to allow emergency personnel work without hindrance.
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