FRSC returns N119,000, valuables to victims of auto crash

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Omu-Aran Unit Command in Kwara State, has returned N119,000 and other valuables recovered at the scene of a lone accident in Omu-Aran to their owners.

The FRSC Omu-Aran Unit Commander, Mr Festus Adetunji, while handing over the items to the owners, said it was the duty of the personnel of the command to rescue accident victims and also safeguard their properties.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reported that a Toyota Previa marked RJ781AAA was on Wednesday morning involved in a lone accident on the Omu-Aran–Oke-onigbin road.

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Eleven passengers including seven males and four females were involved in the accident.

One of the passenger was reported have died on the spot while one other passenger, among the eight rescued, later died at a private hospital where they were rushed to by the unit’s rescue team.

The FRSC boss disclosed that the achievements recorded by the unit in recent times were due to the harmonious relationship and synergy that existed between the command and its host communities.

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