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Bauchi crash kills 11, FRSC blames dangerous driving

At least 11 individuals were murdered in a collision at the Hawan Jaki hamlet on the AlkaleriGombe Road in the Alkaleri Local Government Area of Bauchi State.Infomation Guide Nigeria

According to reports, nine additional victims of the Saturday accident, which injured 20 persons, also suffered injuries of various severity.

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Yusuf Abdullahi, the Sector Commander for the Federal Road Safety Corps in Bauchi State, verified the event to our correspondent on Sunday.

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He stated that the tragedy occurred about 5.30 pm and that FRSC troops arrived on the spot for a rescue effort within 15 minutes.

He claims that the rescue crew hurried the victims to the hospital, where a doctor declared nine of them dead.

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The FRSC boss said, “We received a call from a good Samaritan who informed us of a fatal crash on Saturday, October 15, 2022, at Hawan Jaki village, along the Alkaleri-Gombe Road at 5.30pm.

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“Immediately, our rescue team rushed to the scene within 15 minutes and took the victims to the Alkaleri General Hospital for treatment and confirmation.

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“It was at the hospital that a medical doctor confirmed nine people dead while 11 others sustained varying degrees of injury. A total of 20 male adults were involved in the crash.

“Few hours later, an additional report indicated that two more people who were injured died in the hospital while receiving treatment.

“The vehicles are a Hiace bus belonging to the Yankari Express with the number plate, BA114-A28, driven by one Muhammed Musa. The second truck belongs to Dangote Company with the number plate, JMU169XA.

“The crash was caused by dangerous driving.”


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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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