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Lagos Gas Blast Kills 15, Destroys Several Buildings.

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In a bid to combat fire menace in Nig, CG, FFS take delivery of fire trucks to Katsina state.

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Anambra building material market: Gutted by Fire

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As a unique strategy, French fire crews accustomed to attending road traffic accidents, putting out fires and other humanitarian services, are adapting to a new line of work as first responders in the fight against coronavirus. Fire Fighters Magazine gathered. Revealed, With the French healthcare system under massive strain from the numbers of people sick …

Fire Fighters Magazine gathered that, all on board, including a doctor, a nurse and foreign nationals, were killed after the plane, used in the country’s coronavirus response, caught fire as it took off in Manila for Japan. A plane used as an air ambulance by the Philippine health department to fight the coronavirus outbreak burst …

A truck laden with dynamite exploded on the Akure-Owo highway on Saturday 28/3/2020, destroying a school, church and some houses. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), however, reports that no life was lost in the incident which occurred at about 1:00am. NAN also reports that the severity of the blast had cut the Akure-Owo expressway …

An explosion at a gas processing plant on 15/3/2020 killed at least 15 people and destroyed about 50 buildings after a fire outbreak in a suburb of Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital, Fire Fighters Magazine gathered. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) said the explosion was triggered after a truck hit some gas cylinders stacked in …

The Controller General of the Federal Fire Service, Ibrahim Liman, has disclosed that the federal government has procured 96 fire fighting trucks for distribution to the 36 states of the federation. Liman, who disclosed this during the deployment of two fire fighting trucks in Katsina State Wednesday 11/3/2020, said the federal government under the leadership …

If there is anything to go by, several shops and property worth millions of naira in the early hours of Wednesday 11/3/2020 have been destroyed in a fire accident that razed down the Building materials market at Ogidi, in the Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra State, Fire Fighters Magazine gathered.    Mr Martin Agbili, the the Anambra State Fire Service Director …