A significant disaster was turned away at Lagos Airport Road as a tanker stacked with 33,000 liters of Petroleum items fell and spilt its substance.
No death toll was recorded at the occurrence scene with LASEMA’s hard core hardware conveyed for brisk recuperation to anticipate optional episodes.
Nosa Okunbor, LASEMA’s representative said some portion of the organization was a vacant tanker and siphoning machine for transloading with super metro in sitting tight for recuperation of the vehicle in the wake of transloading was finished.
He said LASEMA, Lagos State Fire Service officials were accessible and associated with progressing covering of the whole zone. In a comparable improvement, LASEMA is recouping another fallen oil tanker along the Old Abeokuta Motor Road, Agege. The Agege fallen tanker is loaded down with 33,000 liters of Automatic Gas Oil, AGO, (Diesel) which tumbled off its truck head sideways while driving along the Nigeria Postal Service, Agege.
The effect of the fallen tanker brought about the spillage of its substance with the resultant covering at episode scene continuous while transloading process is likewise progressing.
“Be that as it may, to guarantee security and satisfactory operational space in consistence with global accepted procedures, the whole episode region has been overlooked off,” Okunbor said.