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How 14 Passengers Burnt To Death In Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

How 14 Passengers Burnt To Death In Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

Information reaching us that not less than 14 Passengers Burnt To Death In Lagos-Ibadan Expressway crash.

Fourteen passengers, including three children, were burnt to death in multiple accidents at the Kara long bridge in Ogun State stretch of the Lagos-Ibadan expressway.

The accidents said to have occurred around 10:20pm on Thursday involved a Toyota RAV 4 car marked LND 13 GS; Toyota Camry marked, GGE 369 GJ and a nondescript Mazda bus.

14 Passengers Burnt To Death

It was learnt the commercial bus, while trying to overtake, ran into the Toyota Rav 4 parked in the middle of the road due to fault, tumbled many times over before it exploded into balls of flames and thick smoke, killing a number of the passengers.

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The Public Relations Officer of Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE), Babatunde Akinbiyi, who confirmed the accident on Friday, said 14 persons died.

14 Passengers Burnt To Death

14 Passengers Burnt To Death
14 Passengers Burnt To Death

Akinbiyi said: “In all, 17 passengers were in the bus when the crash happened with three seriously injured and 14 burnt beyond recognition among which are three kids.”

The TRACE image maker said operatives of the traffic agency and other security agencies on ground rescued two to Lagos State Accident and Emergency Centre and one other to the General Hospital in Gbagada.

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While commiserating with the family of the dead and injured, he warning drivers to “desist from speeding, wrongful overtaking and overbearing cum nonchalant attitude that exposes other road users to risk and danger.”

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14 Passengers Burnt To Death

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