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Another fuel explosion averted in Lagos
27 January 2014, 14:07
Lagos - There was pandemonium at the Ijegun-More area of Lagos on Sunday after oil gushed out from a rusted NNPC pipeline in the area.
Residents of the area ran helter-skelter and are still counting their blessings after they survived what would have been a massive fuel explosion, reports Leadership.
The spillage started around 10pm on Saturday from one of the pipes and spread to almost the entire community.
Residents fled the area to save their lives when it was discovered that one air-conditioner in a residence in the area had ignited fire.
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