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Disaster, As 50 Corpses Got Burnt To Ashes
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At least 50 bodies have been reportedly burnt to ashes at a Mortuary fire incidence at Anambra.

According to reports fire which started from a nearby bush in Njikoka, Local Government Area of Anambra state caught a mortuary and burnt at least 50 corpses deposited at the Enugu Ukwu General Hospital Mortuary.

Meanwhile, The mortuary which is located few meters from other buildings in the hospital was the only building affected by the inferno.

Governor Obiano says that State government will set up a panel to look into the remote and immediate causes of the fire outbreak at the morgue.

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Describing it as double tragedy, the Governor commiserated with those affected and pledged to immediately commence reconstruction of the burnt building.

He urged them to exercise patience with the mortuary attendants. Many people who kept their dead relatives in the mortuary rushed to the scene yesterday on learning of the incident and were seen sobbing uncontrollably as they were unable to identify corpses they deposited.

Among the burnt corpses was said to be that of a prominent man in the area who died in the USA, and was brought home for burial in January 2019, while his relations were renovating his house in readiness for the burial.

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President-General of Enugwu Ukwu Development Union, Bonny Nkwoagu said last night that although efforts were made to put out the fire when it started, the harmattan made it difficult.

He said that firefighters came, they ran out of water and it was when they went to fetch water that the mortuary got burnt.

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