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Boy dies in Lagos building fire
11 August 2014, 13:38
Lagos - A 7-year-old boy was burnt to death in an inferno that razed a two-storey building at the Lagos State Property Development Corporation Housing Estate, Vanguard reports.
The deceased was said to have been burnt to death while sleeping with five other members of the family at their residence when the fire started.
Also read: Lagos fire kills 1 person
Members of his family were admitted at the Blue Cross hospital, Ogba, Ikeja. after sustaining various degrees of injury while trying to flee from the inferno.
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