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A fire outbreak occurred at the Sobi Specialist Hospital in Ilorin, Kwara State capital, on Tuesday, DAILY POST reports.
Though no casualties were reported, the fire incident occurred at about 8:35 am, at the COVID-19 Centre of the specialist hospital.
The incident was reported to the executive secretary of the Kwara State Hospitals Management Board, Dr Abdulraheem Malik, who immediately contacted the Kwara State Fire Service at 8:47 am.
Operatives of the Kwara State Fire Service were at the scene at 9:03 am to put out the fire.
“We are indeed impressed by the speed, commitment, and professionalism of the fire service. We thank the Fire Service for the promptness,” Ladi Alao said in a statement on behalf of the Kwara State Hospitals Management Board in Ilorin on Wednesday.
According to the statement: “The cause of the fire was still unknown at the time of this press release. Investigation is ongoing by the Kwara State Hospitals Management Board in collaboration with the Kwara State Fire Service to unravel the cause of the fire. No life was lost; no injury reported.”
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