Christmas: Seven die as luxury bus conveying 63 persons lose control in Ogun

Christmas: Seven as luxury bus conveying 63 persons lose control in Ogun

A luxury bus conveying 63 passengers have control in Ogun State, no fewer than seven persons on Christmas day.

OMADAILY reports that the accident occurred on the Ososa bridge, along Benin-Ore highway at about 12:20 am on .

The red-coloured Mercedes Benz bus without a registration number reportedly belongs to Izu Chukwu Motors, Onitsha.

The vehicle, which took off from Ojuelegba, Lagos, had 40 male adults, 15 female adults, five male children and three female children aboard as of the time of the .

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Aside the dead victims, seven other passengers sustained injuries – three men and four women.

The spokesperson of the Ogun State Command of the Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Florence Okpe, confirmed the incident.

Okpe said the remaining 49 persons were rescued unhurt, being 34 men, seven women, five male children and three female children.

“The cause of the lone accident was wrongful overtaking and loss of control.

“The injured victims were rendered first-aid treatment while the bodies were deposited at State Mortuary, Ijebu Ode,” Okpe said.

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