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At the very least Thirty one persos were affirmed dead while seven others were truly harmed when two 18 passenger seat buses loaded with passengers crashed into another vehicle on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway on Thursday night.

The crash which happened near a development site around Elebolo territory in Oluyole, Ibadan was affirmed by the Police Public Relations Officer of Oyo State Command, Adekunle Ajisebutu.

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Adekunle said that Oyo State Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Odude, had gone to the scene of the accident and the survivors at the healing facility where they were giving treatment.

The Oyo State Head of Operations, Federal Road Safety Corps, Mr. Cyril Mathew, said the mishap happened at in regards to 8.30pm and pointed the finger at it on high speeding.

He said the two vehicles were going in inverse ways, including that the driver of the Ibadan-bound transport had expanded speed trying to overtake an enunciated vehicle, however he lost control of the transport before slamming into a transport, which was en route to Lagos.

The FRSC manager included that the individuals who survived the crash were taken to the Ibadan Central Hospital, Imalefalafia, while the collections of the individuals who kicked the bucket in the accident were kept at the Adeoyo State Hospital, Ring Road, Ibadan.

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As indicated by him, nine male casualties and one female were taken to the healing center and were at that point reacting to treatment. He additionally said that 20 male grown-ups and 10 female grown-ups kicked the bucket in the crash.

FRSC Spokesman, Mr. Bisi Kazeem, who affirmed the occurrence to newsmen in Abuja, clarified that the crash included 40 people and two Mazda transports.

He said, “This has further underscored the Corps Marshal, Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi’s advice to motorists to avoid night journeys. They should be careful around construction sites and drive within approved speed limits.”


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