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KWARA STATE FIRE SERVICE RESCUES IDI-APE COMMUNITY FROM DIESEL TANKER FIRE                                           

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KWARA STATE FIRE SERVICE RESCUES IDI-APE COMMUNITY FROM DIESEL TANKER FIRE                                                                                                        30-12-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                    Kwara State Fire Service says it has successfully put out raging fire that gutter a diesel tanker at Magaji Aare quarters in the Idi-Ape area of Ilorin East Local Government.

In a statement the spokesman of the service, Hassan Adekunke said
the blazing diesel tanker containing 22,000 liters with registration number MUS 916 YF.

According to the statement the situation escalated as the tanker’s valve opened, causing diesel to gush out forcefully.

The statement explained that after a relentless hour of collective effort, the team successfully extinguished the raging fire.

The statement noted that investigation revealed that the fire originated from the pumping machine used to syphon diesel for the ‘Collo site’ mast, which serves all networks.

The statement maintained that the ensuing fire resulted in damage to two shops and a football viewing center.

In his remarks the Director, Kwara State Fire Service, Prince Falade Olumuyiwa urged general public to always play safe especially during this period .

He advised them to call fire brigade on time whenever there is fire emergency in their areas.

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