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Train Accident: Switching Bus Seats Saved My Life – Survivor

A survivor of the accident involving a train and a BRT bus carrying staff of the Lagos State government has narrated how he survived the incident. NAIJA NEWS reports.Information Guide Nigeria

The survivor claimed that her decision to switch her favourite corner to seat with another colleague saved her life.

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She said, “Where I normally seat on the bus was the point the train rammed into.”

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The civil servant said, “My survival is a miracle.

“I would have been one of those in the morgue.

“I boarded the bus at Ikotun and sat on the middle row, close to the window, a position that had become my permanent seat.NYSC Portal

“But on that fateful day, a friend (names withheld) invited me to come to sit with her on the third row in front.

“She said the person she reserved the seat for called to say she won’t be joining the staff bus.

“That was how I left my permanent seat, which happened to be the exact place the train hit.

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“Any time I remember that I would quickly dismiss the thought of death with a shrug.

“This can only be God and I am grateful.”

Another survivor who simply gave her name as Ope said she woke up to shouts of ‘e ma lo, e duro’.

According to Ope, “The staff bus conveys every staff of the Lagos State government living in the Ikotun/Isolo area, irrespective of the department or agency, as long as the staff is headed for the secretariat.

“I sat on a seat in the first three rows in front and slept off immediately in order to catch some sleep before reaching the office.

“But I was jostled from sleep by shouts of ‘e ma lo, e duro’ (don’t go, wait).

“I woke up to know what happening but before I could raise my head, I heard a loud bang. The impact flung many of us from our seats.

“I hit my head on a hard object and passed out. By the time I opened my eyes, I found myself in an ambulance that brought me to Orile Agege General Hospital.”JAMB Result

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Essien, Goodnews is a gruaduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo; Currently working at Infoguide Media as a news writer.

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