Tragedy struck yesterday as seven individuals misplaced their lives in an auto crash at Lumoh village alongside Olooru/Bode Sadu street in Moro native authorities space of Kwara state. The eye witness account informed Vanguard that the auto crash was brought on by careless over dashing of the driving force. Contacted, Kwara Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) confirmed the incident
The FRSC Sector Commander in Kwara, Mr. Jonathan Owoade, whereas talking with journalists in Ilorin on the incident mentioned that the accident, which occurred at the early hours of Wednesday, concerned two autos; a business DAF tanker and a non-public Toyota Corolla automobile.
His phrases, “Early this morning we acquired a report that there had been a street visitors crash which occurred at the Bode Sadu/Oloru axis, at a village referred to as Lumoh. “Our officers at the Olooru unit command have been there early, it was a deadly crash involving two autos, a DAF Tanker and a Toyota Corolla automobile, and 7 individuals have been concerned. “Sadly all seven individuals concerned misplaced their lives.
There have been 4 males and three females concerned within the crash. “The reason behind the crash was on account of pace restrict violation and lack of focus by the drivers. “The corpses have been deposited at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital mortuary. “I might as soon as once more plead with our street customers to be security acutely aware. FRSC officers have blood of their veins, it’s unhappy for us to see people like us lose their lives on the roads owing to crashes.
“We wish to plead with vacationers to warning any reckless driving or name our toll free quantity to report such drivers. “Those who ply the Bode Sadu/Olooru/Jebba axis must take additional warning, this isn’t a clean street, and it’s a winding street.
“Avoid over dashing, and be affected person whereas driving. There is not any perfection in driving; all of us must be cautious in order that lives aren’t misplaced on the roads,’’ the sector commander mentioned