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25 DIE IN ROAD ACCIDENT IN KWARA STATE

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25 DIE IN ROAD ACCIDENT IN KWARA STATE                                                                                                                      29-11-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                    Twenty-five persons have reportedly lost their lives while about 15 people sustained varying degrees of injury in a fire disaster at Bode Sa’adu in Moro local government area of Kwara state.

Africa 247 gathered that the fire incident occurred when a petrol tanker with registration number JJN 17 XW, a heavy-duty truck and an 18-seater bus collided at Peke village along Oko-Olowo, Bode Sa’adu expressway in the Moro local government area of the state.

Confirming the incident the Head of Department (HOD), Media and Publicity of the state Fire Service, Hakeem Adekunle,said that the petrol tanker, travelling from Niger state, was using the wrong side of the road, resulting in a head-on collision with a heavy-duty truck from Lagos state.

He said the collision ignited a fire that rapidly consumed both vehicles, and also affected the 18-seater bus coming from Lagos.

Adekunle advised road users to adhere strictly to safety rules while driving to prevent avoidable accident.END

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