Among the soldiers that moved the remains of the late Gov. Yakowa and the others from the morgue in to the helicopter collapsed soon after the assignment, hence resulting in panic and anxiety among those at the place.
The state health care group nonetheless revitalized the soldier, whose name could not be ascertained, some minutes after.
The slumped soldier was among the two teams of soldiers who took their turns to lift the coffins holding the bodies of the crash victims into the Air Force helicopter.
Each group, under the command of a parade leader, was composed of 6 soldiers.
The slumped soldier that was probably fagged-out after the task slumped was quickly rushed in to an ambulance of the Nigerian Air Force Mobility Command at 10.40 am.
The ambulance then rushed the soldier to the Government House Medical Centre, where a health care team fought to revive him.