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Three teenagers die in Kano fire

The Kano State Fire Service said that it’s investigating the cause of the fire incident.

• November 22, 2022
Kano state fire service
Kano State Fire Service truck at the scene of fire incident used to illustrate the story [Photo credit: Nairaland]

The Kano State Fire Service has confirmed that three teenagers died in a fire outbreak in Kabuga.

In a statement on Tuesday, the spokesperson for the service, Saminu Abdullahi, said the incident occurred on Monday night.

“We received an emergency call from Marwa Umar at about 10:40 p.m. that there was a fire outbreak at Kabuga and immediately sent a rescue team to the scene at about 10:50 p.m. to prevent the fire from spreading to other houses.

“Our men evacuated three unconscious bodies, which were later confirmed dead and the corpses were handed over to their parents,” he said.

Mr Abdullahi added that the service had already initiated an investigation into the cause of the fire.

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