In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 08th, September, 2020

Tragedy As All Passengers Of 18-Seater Bus Are Burnt Past Recognition In Anambra Horror Accident (Photograph)

Tragedy As All Passengers Of 18-Seater Bus Are Burnt Beyond Recognition In Anambra Horror Accident (Photo)

Car accident in Anambra

Automobile accident in Anambra


Passengers of a fully-loaded passenger bus have been burnt past recognition on Sunday night, at Ihiala, Anambra State, after the bus somersaulted and burst into flames.


The accident, mentioned to have been attributable to over-speeding, occurred reverse Omorka alongside Ihiala-Onitsha highway.


Based on RC Kamal Musa, sector schooling officer of the Federal Highway Security Corps, Anambra State, “All of the passengers on board have been burnt past recognition together with the bus. The Anambra State Fireplace Service was contacted and the FRSC rescue staff from Ihiala Unit Command was additionally on floor to make sure free move of visitors.”


Musa mentioned the corpse of the one male grownup who jumped out of the car within the course of was deposited on the morgue in Our Girl of Lourdes, Ihiala.


In one other growth, two individuals have been injured, Sunday night, in a motor accident which concerned a yellow 608 truck with registration quantity XA976 UKP, close to Ekwulu River by Oba/Akwu-Akwu boundary in Oraifite, alongside Onitsha- Owerri highway. Eyewitnesses advised newsmen that the crash occurred because of extreme dashing, resulting in lack of management of the car, thereby crashing into the highway barricade.


The sector schooling of the FRSC, Anambra State Command, mentioned, “It concerned 31 individuals, 14 feminine adults, 11 male adults, two male kids and 4 feminine kids. One male grownup and one feminine grownup who sustained various levels of damage have been rushed to Ifeanyi Chukwu Hospital, Ngbuka.”


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In the meantime, the sector commander, FRSC, Anambra State, CC Andrew A. Kumapayi, has sounded a notice of warning to motorists to desist from extreme dashing.


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