In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 29th, August, 2020

How Individuals Pretending To Rescue Lagos Helicopter Crash Victims Stole Their Telephones, Money

How People Pretending To Rescue Lagos Helicopter Crash Victims Stole Their Phones, Cash

The person, who recognized himself as John, instructed SaharaReporters that first responders, who rushed to the scene stole victims’ cell phones and money.

Individuals on the scene of the crash

In line with SaharaReporters, a resident of Opebi Road in Lagos, who witnessed a helicopter accident within the space on Friday, has decried the dearth of empathy by some Lagosians in the direction of accident victims.

The helicopter, a Bell 206, with registration quantity 5N BQW, belongs to Quorum Aviation, an air transportation and logistics firm.

It was coming from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, with two crew members and a passenger, when the accident occured.

The person, who recognized himself as John, instructed SaharaReporters that first responders, who rushed to the scene stole victims’ cell phones and money.

He additionally mentioned he misplaced his cellphone whereas attempting to rescue them.

He mentioned, “It’s so dangerous we may do that to ourselves, some individuals rushed right here pretending as in the event that they have been serving to us to carry out the our bodies of these concerned within the accident just for them to steal their telephones and cash. Even my cellphone was taken away, I gave it to somebody whereas attempting to rescue them however the individual ran away with it.”

John added that the helicopter hovered a number of occasions across the space earlier than crashing into the constructing.

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