Children rescued after building collapse in Nigeria

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Nine people are confirmed dead after a building collapse in Lagos, Nigeria. As many as 100 schoolchildren were feared trapped in the rubble.

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Richard Truesdale says:

It's a shame…

RainyDayLady says:

I can understand the children's families wanting to be there, but unless someone is there to work they should leave the rescuers to it. Those poor kids need to be heard if they're still alive.

Tim Cantrell says:

Those who built this should be hung in the city streets and set on on fire to light the way for all criminals who build this crap at the expense of the children.
This is not the first time!

Movie Nerd says:

Prayers to all victims, family and friends.

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