Kalu said that since January this year, 136 persons have been prosecuted by the command for traffic related offences.
“The Dangote bus jumped up the caveat into the BRT lane and hit our bus headlong. ” There was nothing the
There were however no fatalities recorded in the collision.
Aboyomi also disclosed that five of the patients were referred to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, while three others were rushed to Gbagada General Hospital.
A female passenger died and 59 others were injured when a Dangote truck collided with a fully-loaded Lagos mass transit bus on Tuesday. The accident occurred at Ogolonto junction on the busy Ikorodu Road. The Director-General, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Dr. Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, confirmed the incident. He said, “A Dangote truck fully loaded with cement had a brake failure and...
He revealed that 45.73 per cent of the accident was caused by speeding, , 9.80 per cent by bad tyres, 2.45 per cent by driving against traffic, 22.84 per cent by dangerous driving, with 19.18 per cent attributed to other causes.
Seventeen people died on Thursday in an auto crash that occurred at Bacita junction along Jebba/Ilorin highway in Kwara state. The Head of Operation, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Kwara Sector Command, Udeme Eshiet, confirmed the crash to newsmen. Eshiet confirmed that two other persons were left injured. He confirmed that an 18-seater Toyota Hiace passenger bus and an articulated DAF container...
Oyeyemi stressed the importance of safety during this period of the year where road activities are always at its highest.