SO SAD: Another Five dead, Two injured as car rams into truck on Ota-Idiroko ExpresswaySO SAD: Another Five dead, Two injured as car rams into truck on Ota-Idiroko Expressway - News at its peak

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SO SAD: Another Five dead, Two injured as car rams into truck on Ota-Idiroko ExpresswaySO SAD: Another Five dead, Two injured as car rams into truck on Ota-Idiroko Expressway

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By OLALEKAN AYENI --- An accident involving a Toyota Camry car with registration number APP583G and a Man Diesel Truck unregistered has reportedly recorded five fatalities and injured two others in Ogun State.



The incident was said to have occurred at about 1145hrs (11.45pm) late yesterday, July 8, around Honda Company on Ota-Idiroko Expressway, Ogun State.

The total number of persons involved were seven comprises  of  (five male and two female adults).

The five casualties comprises of three male and two female adults have been deposited at the General Hospital Ota, while the injured victims were taken to Cranft Hospital Ota for medical treatment.

The suspected causes of the crash according to Public Education Officer for Ogun State Sector Command of Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Superintendent Route Commander Florence, were excessive speed, dangerous driving which led to loss of control on the path of the Camry car driver and rammed on the stationed truck that was well packed off the road.

The incident was said to have caused traffic gridlock in the axis which lasted for hours as many road users were stranded.

Recall, the fatal crash occurred barely 24 hours five people killed and four others critically injured in an auto crash at Lagos-Ibadan expressway.

The fatal crash involved Toyota Hiace bus with registration number SPR373XA and a Scania truck numbered GGE468XX. The accident also caused by excess speed and wrongful overtaking.

The Ogun State Sector Commander CC Ahmed Umar described the crashes as avoidable act and advised motorists to avoid excessive speed, wrongful overtaking, dangerous driving and also obey traffic rules and regulations.

The Sector Commander commiserated with the victims of the crashes and the families. He also enjoined the families of Ota-Idiroko victims to contact FRSC Ota Unit Command for details of the crash and reclaim the properties of the victims recovered from the scene of the crash.

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