A helicopter crashed in Lagos on Tuesday afternoon, bursting into flames near Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA).
The incident occurred at 3:30 pm adjacent to AP Filling Station, and United Bank For Africa, Oba Akran.
The pilots of the helicopter were rescued, but there is no information on whether or not there were other passengers on board.
Responders from the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) were on the scene and are investigating the cause of the crash.
The crash caused a traffic jam in the area, as onlookers gathered to see the wreckage.
The helicopter is believed to have been en route to MMIA when it crashed. The cause of the crash is not yet known.
This is the second crash in Lagos in recent months. In January, a helicopter crashed into a residential building in Ikoyi, killing all seven people on board.
The latest crash has raised concerns about the safety of flights in Lagos. The city is home to a number of helicopter companies that operate flights to and from MMIA.
The Lagos State government has said that it will investigate the latest crash and take steps to ensure that such incidents do not happen again.