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Aerial Mast Collapses In Abuja, Destroy Cars (Photos)

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An aerial mast recently, fell and destroyed some properties at the Utako area of Abuja, a tragic accident that took many by surprise.





Apparently, the incident occurred at about 5am on the 24th of June, 2019 and it destroyed about 4 cars in he building opposite Utako Police Station where it was mounted.





While the police are yet to release the identity of the owner of the mast, the Abuja Development Control who are in-charge of allocating land space for masts initially claimed not knowing the owner of the mast but went on to allegedly deny the owners of the properties the mast destroyed access after they notified the Nigerian communications commission, NCC.




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thank God it wasnt humans it fell on

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Stale news.

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it is never a good one as it does destroyed valuable entities...

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Dangerous

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Which kain wahala be this? I can imagine the loss of the car owners.

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This is serious

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This is quite unfortunate. Too much damages

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Something must be done fast

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a proper investigation should be lauched to ascertain the level of damage and the strength of the mast while errecting it.

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[ @lisamelz: ] An aerial mast recently, fell and destroyed some properties at the Utako area of Abuja, a tragic accident that took many by surprise.





Apparently, the incident occurred at about 5am on the 24th of June, 2019 and it destroyed about 4 cars in he building opposite Utako Police Station where it was mounted.





While the police are yet to release the identity of the owner of the mast, the Abuja Development Control who are in-charge of allocating land space for masts initially claimed not knowing the owner of the mast but went on to allegedly deny the owners of the properties the mast destroyed access after they notified the Nigerian communications commission, NCC.




See photos below.

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[ @victorok: ] thank God it wasnt humans it fell on

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