Four persons dead in car accident in Lagos

Four persons have died in a car accident at Epe area of the Lagos State on Sunday.

Tribune Online gathered that the unfortunate incident happened when a Toyota Camry collided with a tricycle and resulting in an accident.

Spokesperson, Lagos Emergency Management Agency, (LASEMA), Nosa Okunbor, confirmed the incident.

He said the Toyota Camry with registration number LSR-724FW and a tricycle were involved in the accident.

“From the Information gathered by the Lagos Rapid Transit from police officers from Odo-Noforija Divisional Headquarters Epe, the accident was as a result of combusted front tyre while on top speed. The vehicle skipped off the road and ran into the tricycle rider who was trying to wash his tricycle beside the culvert and somersaulted into the ditch.

“Unfortunately, all three adult males in the Toyota Camry and the rider lost their lives. All commodities have been evacuated to Epe General Hospital,” he said.

 

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