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Lagos worshippers injured as heavy rainstorm collapses church building

The collapse, in response to members of the church, occurred while they were worshipping on account of the heavy rainstorm within the early hours of the day.

Topohozin Tunde, a member of the church, who spoke on the incident, stated no person died within the tragedy, including that those injured have been instantly carried away for medical therapy.

His phrases: “I additionally sustained a critical knee damage, however thank God no life was lost.

“Simply round 9:30 this morning, in the course of the church service, there was a heavy storm which hit the church building, and earlier than we might know what was happening, the entire church construction collapsed.

“Some have been capable of escape, whereas about six of us sustained critical accidents. People who have been critically injured have been taken to the General Hospital in Badagry for correct attention.

“Since my damage isn’t a lot, I made a decision to deal with myself.”

Confirming the incident, Thomas Agodi, the Baale of Iragbo neighborhood, expressed gratitude to God that no person as the church building collapsed.

In the meantime, the Sunday rainstorm additionally left different Lagos residents counting their losses, as they lamented the destruction that adopted the heavy downpour.

Stan Evans, who’s a resident of Muri Okunola Road, Victoria Island area of Lagos, stated the rainstorm uprooted trees in the neighborhood, which fell on a minimum of 5 autos and several other buildings.

I woke up this morning (Sunday) round 8.30am and noticed the extent of destruction the rainstorm prompted. It uprooted trees on the road, which fell on some vehicles parked on the road; some buildings have been additionally damaged. One of the SUVs was fully wrecked; the other 4 received severely damaged,” Evans lamented as he recounted the incident.

The raging rainstorm was additionally stated to not have spared the facility strains within the area, as they have been uprooted.

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