Young Girl Rescued From Lagos Explosion Site The Nigerian Red Cross officials have rescued a young girl from the rubble at the Abule-Ado explosion site in Amuwo-Odofin Local Government Area. The young girl simply identified as Favour. Chairman, Nigeria Red Cross Society (NRCS) Lagos branch, Adebola Kolawole while explaining on Monday how Favour was rescued said she was found amidst the rubbles during rescue operations on Sunday night. She added that Favour’s mother sustained a head injury from the incident and her brother too was injured. Kolawole explained further that favour’s mother in her semi-coma state gestured to resue officials that Favour was her daughter. She added that Favour’s mother on Monday morning regained her consciousness and woke up asking for her daughter. “Favour will soon be reunited with her family,” Kolawole added. Favour’s rescue brings relief to many at the scene as emergency operations Emergency management officials have also recovered three more bodies as emergency operations continue at the scene of the Abule-Ado explosion in Amuwo Odofin Local Government area of Lagos State. The bodies were recovered from the rubbles of the building which collapsed following the explosion. Officials of the school confirmed the identity of the corpses to be workers of Bethlehem Girls College. A combined team of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), the Nigerian Red Cross, Police, Federal, and State Fire Service, Lagos State Neigbourhood Safety Corps (LNSC) are carrying out rescue operation at the site. Law enforcement officials are also dealing with crowd control.