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Young Lady Died After Electric Pole Fell On Her In Lagos (Photos/Video)

A young woman lost her life after an electric pole fell on her in Lagos state on Sunday, October 31.

The deceased simply identified as Omowunmi was spotted in a pool of her blood in a video shared by a Lagos resident identified as Olamilekan Owolabi.

In the video shared on Facebook, the electric pole was broken and a ladder could be seen at the scene.

Details of the incident are still sketchy but a lady who spoke in Yoruba mentioned the word “NEPA” which seem to indicate that an official of a power company was working on the pole when the incident happened.

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