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the search for missing children continued in Lagos on Thursday as people sifted through the tangle of rubble and metal to try to find any belongings of their loved ones , rescuers were looking for a register of children to try to work out how many may have died when the school collapsed in the Nigerian capital on Wednesday the school which the governor says was setup illegally , families kept vigil at a hospital where those injured were being treated authorities have not given the number of victims residents say around a hundred children attended the Nasri and primary school on Wednesday one person was confirmed dead and nearly fifty rescued on Thursday authorities said more had died being taken to hospital , the building was on the top levels of a four story structure the governor said the structural testing was being carried out in the area before the accident building collapses all frequents in Nigeria regulations on vigorously enforced and construction materials are often not of the required standards