Nigeria: One of the accident cases came from Abuja/Kaduna expressway has claimed the lives of 20 passengers.
According to an eyewitness, that accident occurred with a bus and a trailer and led to the death of 17 people, including two women and a child, while two others survived.
Sources also claimed that the accident occurred around 5 am on Tuesday when a bus rammed into a BUA cement trailer parked along the Abuja/Kaduna road.
The state Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), Hafiz Muhammad, also confirmed the incident.
The Bus first crashed into a BUA Cement trailer and then went into flames. Twenty-two people were inside the Bus, out of which 20 died.
The people who lost their lives include 17 male adults, two women and a minor. They stated the trailer was parked when the Bus went under it.
“It was a horrible accident because we always warn bus drivers against night journeys.”
According to Muhammad, despite having an accident still, there was no law against the night journeys; it is very risky because more than half of the accidents recorded along that route are due to night journeys.
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Twenty were killed in a road accident in Kaduna.