The Kano State Fire Service has said it received 31 distress calls within the last two weeks.
The service made this disclosure on Friday in Kano.
Alhaji Saidu Mohammed, the Public Relations Officer of the service, said it received the distress calls from different parts of the state.
He disclosed that victims and witnesses of collapsed buildings, road crashes rescue and fire disasters made the calls.
The PRO warned residents in Kano against storing up petroleum products in their houses, describing it as a time bomb.
Mohammed also pointed out that using inferior electrical fittings and appliances is another cause of fire outbreaks, urging residents to always be fire safety conscious.
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