Breaking: Abuja Hotel Building Collapse Traps Many, Casualties Feared

Many feared dead in Westbrook hotel building collapse

A four-story building attached to the Westbrook Hotel in the Garki area of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, collapsed last night, leaving several people trapped and feared dead.

The Westbrook Hotel, reportedly owned by a former governor from the South East, was the scene of the tragic incident. An eyewitness, who wished to remain anonymous, described the chaos and uncertainty.

“I saw two people being pulled out from the rubble and taken to the hospital, but there may be more people trapped inside. The rescue operations are ongoing, but the emergency responders seem disorganized,” the eyewitness said.

The incident has sparked concerns about the potential loss of life, with fears that the death toll may rise as the search and rescue efforts continue.

Watch the video of the rescue operations here.

Authorities have urged residents to remain calm and avoid the area as rescue efforts continue.

An investigation into the cause of the building collapse has been launched, with officials promising to release more information soon.

The exact number of casualties is not yet confirmed, but eyewitnesses report seeing several people trapped in the rubble.

Residents are demanding answers about the incident, with many questioning the structural integrity of buildings in the area.

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