No less than sixteen people lost thier
lives in a deadly mishap that happened along
Benin-Asaba Expressway on Saturday.
The mishap included a business transport
with the enrollment number AA137 ASB.
An onlooker, Mariam Jacob, said the
episode happened around Igbodo
network, couple of kilometers to Onicha Ugbo
town after the transport driver purportedly slammed
into a profound pothole and he veered out of his
way while heading towards Onitsha with the
travelers, lamentably summersaulted,
letting sixteen travelers well enough alone for the
eighteen dreaded dead.
It was assembled that the two other
travelers harmed were said hurried to the
government Medical Center ( FMC) Asaba where
they are as of now reacting to treatment,
while the carcasses of the sixteen others were
kept in a similar healing center mortuary.
At that point caracas of the doomed transport was
expelled by authorities of the Federa Road
Wellbeing Commission (FRSC) to their office in
Issele Uku people group.
In spite of the fact that, the harmed transport was evacuated by
authorities of the FRSC to Issele Uku
network, yet the scene of the mishap
was blockaded by a horde of individuals accepted
to be sympathizers.
Be that as it may, the state Commander of the FRSC,
Arbitrary Kulven, who addressed newsmen in
Asaba, affirmed that the mishap happened
because of rapid, which prompted the
driver colliding with a profound pothole and
along these lines summersualted into the shrub.
He affirmed that sixteen people lost thier
lives while two others were truly harmed
what’s more, were taken to the government Medical
Focus ( FMC) in Asaba for treatment.
He stated, ‘Examination is progressing and the
transport was expelled from the mishap scene to
the workplace of the FRSC in Issele Uku
network. It was tragic the driver of
the transport was on top speed and collided with a
pothole before summersualting into the
At the FMC, the specialists were seen doing combating
to spare the lives of the two overcomers of the
lethal engine mishap yet declined to permit
individuals into the ward.