Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has ordered integrity tests on the buildings affected by the helicopter crash in the Opebi area of the state.
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The governor, who visited the scene of the crash, said samples have been collected already and tests underway. He said the state would carry out the renovation of the affected structures.
He pledged to assist the residents, who he said are mainly senior citizens in their 70s and 80s, to get back to their feet.
Sanwo-Olu thanked emergency workers as well as residents who rushed to the aid of victims of the crash. He commiserated with families who lost loved ones in the crash.
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A helicopter belonging to Quorum Aviation had crashed in the building on Salvation Road, Opebi, on Friday, claiming the lives of all three members of the crew onboard.
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It was said to have been two minutes away from the Lagos airport, its destination, after flying in from Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.