BREAKING: Ten killed in petrol tanker explosion in Kogi

No fewer than 10 people have lost their lives in a petrol tanker explosion in Lokoja, Kogi State on Wednesday morning.

Tribune Online gathered that the petrol tanker rammed into other vehicles at Felele in Lokoja and exploded as other incoming vehicles ran into it.

The accident occurred at about 8.30 according to an eye witness account.

Already, men of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and firefighters are on hand to control the situation.

Details later…

 

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