One Dead In Lagos-Abeokuta Accident
The Lagos Fire and Rescue Service has said that on Friday morning a tanker explosion at Ajegunle Bus Stop, along the Lagos-Abeokuta expressway claimed one life and destroyed at least three vehicles. DAILY NIGERIAN reports.
It was gathered that the tanker carrying petrol, reportedly overturned while attempting to enter a filling station by the expressway and spilled its contents. Information Guide Nigeria
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Ibrahim Farinloye, the Southwest Coordinator of NEMA, said the sole fatality is a 15-year-old, Oluwatobi Lawal, who was preparing for his WAEC and JAMB examinations.
The Director of the Lagos Fire and Rescue Service, Margeret Adeseye, said in a statement that they received the report of the fire at 2:16 a.m., from a tanker meant to service one Ayinde Oil filling station at Ajegunle. jamb results
“Unfortunately, a male adult was recovered and suspected dead, likewise three various brands of vehicles involved in the Fire aside the tanker and shops,’’ the statement read.
The tanker “Accidentally spilled its 45,000 liters PMS contents while negotiating a bend to the station before resulting in fire from the nefarious activities of scoopers at the Toll Gate end, causing it to spread through some roadside makeshift shops to its source at Ajegunle Bus Stop.
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