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Tanker Crash Kills Scores in Abuja.

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Fire kills 82 patients at Baghdad hospital treating COVID patients after oxygen tank exploded

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Tanker crash Incident: 12 confirmed dead in Benue State.

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Report reaching Fire Fighters Magazine confirm that about three persons loss their lives 4th June 2021 at the district central area axis in Abuja. The Abuja Operations officer of National Emergency Management Agency Mr Bitrus said a petrol tanker fully laden with gas belonging to the Nigerian Liquified Natural Gas ram into a car at …

One of the Kaduna State College of Nursing and Midwifery has been confirmed death in a petrol fuelling station opposite its Kafanchan campus. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that about 10 students of the school were caught in the inferno at the petrol station where they had gone to charge their phones on …

Iraq’s hospitals had been ruined by sanctions, war, and neglect even before the coronavirus pandemic came along. Report reaching us has confirm that a fire caused by an oxygen tank exploding at an Iraqi hospital treating COVID-19 patients, killed at least 82 people and injured 110 more, according to the country’s government. Iraq’s Prime Minister …

No fewer than twelve persons have died in the tanker explosion which occurred at Oshigbudu village in Agatu Local Government Area of Benue State Fire Fighters Magazine gathered that at the wee hours of Sunday 18/4/2021 a petrol tanker travelling from Oweto and heading towards Otukpo, the driver lost control of the truck and it …

A family at the Jabi axis in Abuja has lost three brothers and a sister to an early morning fire outbreak on Tuesday 30/3/2021, Fire Fighters Magazine gathered. Speaking to our correspondence in a media chat, Mr Timveh Jeremiah the spoke person of FCT Fire Service confirm that the agency got a call from the …

One disaster too many to record, report reaching us has confirm that over one hundred shops at the Katsina central market were recently razed down following a fire outbreak on Monday, March 22, 2021. The inferno, in spite of the efforts by firefighting personnel, lasted more than three hours. The fire was said to have …

Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola recently at Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, Lagos has commissioned DG54 aerial hydraulic platform fire fighting truck measuring 54 metres height capacity to reach eighteenth floor of a high-rise building, Fire Fighters Magazine, gathered. Speaking during the commissioning ceremony, Aregbesola said the new vehicle would help put an end to …

  Not less than six persons have been confirmed dead as a tanker loaded with fuel ram into two tricycles and ignited at the late hours of Monday 15/3/2021 in Ntak Inyang, Akwa Ibom State. The driver of the tanker seems to have loss control due to repair of the road, which is under construction. …

Following the incessant incidences of fire outbreaks in Nigeria, the House of Representatives has urged the Federal Fire Service to ensure that all public building structures and markets within the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja and the country at large have functional fire alerting systems to save lives and properties. The House also called on the …

Barely after two weeks of an inferno in Lagos, were a total of 80 lock-up shops and 16 attachment shops razed down in a fire outbreak at Agboju Market, Fire Fighters Magazine reporters confirm. In two separate incidents, Alade Market in Shomolu and Agboju market were engulfed with fire on Monday and Tuesday respectively. Confirming …