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22 killed in Abuja, Lagos, Ogun crashes, 12 hospitalised

At the Gwagwalada-Lokoja Highway Road region of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, an accident on Sunday claimed the lives of 19 people.Information Guide Nigeria

According to the Federal Road Safety Corps spokesperson, Bisi Kazeem, the acting Corps Marshal, FRSC, Dauda Biu, confirmed that 19 victims were burnt to death. He also claimed that eight other people who suffered injuries in the accident had been sent straight to the hospital for treatment.

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A Toyota Hiace bus with the license plates MUB- 30 LG and DWR-985 XJ, as well as an articulated vehicle, were all involved in the collision, according to the witness.

The statement read, “The Toyota Hiace Bus with number plate, MUB- 30 LG, which was on a high speed crashed into a Citroen trailer on motion and immediately went into flames thereby burning the entire occupants of the vehicle to death.JAMB Result

“In the same vein, the second bus also crashed into the crashed bus from behind and also caught fire. One of the Buses was said to have transited all the way from Takai, Kano State, heading to Benin, Edo State.

“While the Citroen trailer loaded with chicken feed from Zaria, Kaduna State was on its way to deliver the commodities in Akwa Ibom State.

“The rescue operations were jointly carried out by the combined teams of Zebra 6 Yangoji and patrol teams of the Nigeria Police Force. The injured victims were rescued and taken to Rhema Hospital, Kwali, while one of the male corpses was deposited at the Kwali General Hospital Mortuary.

“However, the 19 corpses burnt beyond recognition which were trapped in the vehicle have been extricated by rescue operatives of the Zebra 6 Yangoji.”

PUNCH Metro gathered that the commercial motorcyclists were driving against the traffic inward Ogun when the accident happened.

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Confirming the accident to the PUNCH, the state Police Public Relations Officer, Abímbola Oyeyemi, said the two motorcyclists died on the spot while the passenger died during treatment in hospital.

“A motorcyclist was driving one-way and collided with another motorcycle which was driving on the right way. The two riders died on the spot but a passenger who was among them died at the hospital.”

The spokesperson for the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, Taofik Adebayo, confirmed the incident to our correspondent.

He said, “The accident occurred in the Ikoyi area of Lagos State. It involved two vehicles, and five people who were seriously injured have been taken to the hospital for intensive care.

“Our men have been deployed to manage the traffic there. We implore motorists coming from that axis to be patient while our men manage the situation.”

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Emediong Ekpe is a graduate of English. A professional Sports journalist/analyst, and a spoken word artist. He is passionate about decimating information and putting smiles on people's faces via news writing.

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