Fire Guts Students Accomodation In Calabar

In Breaking News, Education, National News, News, Reports

By Unimke Jeremiah

Fire from unknown source has burnt four rooms belonging to some students of CRUTECH and UNICAL at No. 4/7 Orok Orok Lane, Calabar South.

The fire which is said to have started at about 5:30am yesterday morning consumed virtually all their belongings.

According to our reporter at the scene, the occupants of the affected rooms travelled.

At the time of filing this report it was unclear how the fire was put out.

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