Pictures as Lagos EFAG Intervenes, Defloods Mile 2 Expressway

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Images below show the Flood Intervention Abatement Gang of the Office of Drainage Services (EFAG) working and clearing the outflow from Signal Barracks Collector, Mile 2 and Festac Channel that have resulted in the flooding of Mile 2 Bus stop on the Lagos Badagry Expressway on Sunday.

Further pictures show operatives of the Emergency Flood Abatement Gang (EFAG) deploying a backhoe to excavate refuse from a collector drain blocked with refuse in Mile 2 area as part of efforts to ease flooding of Mile 2 Bus stop on the Lagos Badagry Expressway on Sunday.

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