Nyanya blast Update: Dead bodies now 17 at Asokoro Hospital
By Ben Agande
Blood donation commences at National Hospital
Good spirited members of the public have begun the donation of blood in order to save the lives of those injured in the Nyanya blast.
Medical personnel at the Emergency Unit of the hospital were busy trying to treat the injured who were brought into the hospital after Nyanya and Asokoro General Hospital facilities had been overstretched
Bodies deposited at Asokoro Morgue
As Police, Road Safety chase families, friends out of Asokoro Hospital.
As ambulances wait to convey Corpses out of the Asokoro General Hospital, men of the Nigeria Police Force and the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC chased out family members, relations and friends who were eager to identify their family members.
The move was to avert any breakdown of law and order as affected family members who were waiting to identify their persons may burst in tears and become uncontrollable.
At 10. 10pm, the first NEMA ambulance moved dead bodies away to be deposited at the Morgue, just as the second NEMA ambulance, followed with bodies to the Morgue.
At 10.15pm, the third NEMA ambulance conveyed corpses to the Mortuary. They were all at Asokoro General Hospital.
A woman was supported while crying following the death of her brother.
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