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Breaking!!! Train collides with commercial bus in Lagos

A fatal accident involving a bus and a train occurred at Old Abeokuta Road by Odejobi junction on Friday.

According to the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority Twitter handle, the accident occurred on Friday morning. The number of casualties wasn’t stated, except that it hindered the flow of traffic at that end of town.

As of the time of filing this report, the traffic management agency has revealed that the scene of the “fatal train-bus accident has been fully recovered. Our officers are currently flushing the heavy traffic trail it has left behind.”

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Accidental discharge of bullet injures 2 people at airport

The unknown security, who is reported to be an aide to a Nigerian senator, shot himself and another woman in the foot, while trying to dislodge a magazine from his gun

Two persons were reportedly injured when a gun belonging to a security agent attached to a Nigerian senator accidentally fired shots of bullets.

This happened on Friday, July 8, 2016, at the General Aviation Terminal (GAT) of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA), Sahara Reporters wrote.

According to an eyewitness, the security agent, who was expected to fly with Arik Air, was trying to remove the gun magazine based on aviation regulation when the incident happened.

The gun shots hit him and an unidentified woman on the leg, causing serious injuries.

“It is a standard practice in air travel for anyone with a gun to pull out the bullet”,

“This is what the security man was trying to do but incidentally the gun released the magazine which splattered and hit him and the woman on the leg as he bent down to pull out the magazine from the gun”, the witness said.

This however did not stop them from trekking out of the airport terminal, from which they were taken to the hospital.

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Tragedy, 4 persons die in nasty accident on Lagos-Ibadan expressway


Apart from the four deceased persons, nine other people were reportedly injured from the fatal accident, which left the vehicle in ruins.

Four persons have been reported dead, while nine were injured in ghastly motor accident on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway, on Thursday, June 23, 2016.
The unfortunate happened as a driver of a truck, who was at top speed, ran into a bus, after losing control.
According to Bode, who is a witness at the scene, the truck somersaulted three times before running off the road.
“Both vehicles were going inward the Toll gate area. The truck driver was, however, at full speed when he lost control. While trying to manoeuvre, he hit the bus from the back. The vehicle was mangled.
“The collision made the truck somersault three times. It moved to another lane, but no vehicle was approaching; that minimised the damage. It came to a stop after hitting a tree.”

The accident received attention from the following agencies, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, Lagos State Ambulance Services, Federal Road Safety Corps, Nigeria Police Force, State Environmental Health Monitoring Unit and the Lagos State Fire Service, Punch reports.
The corpses were taken away by the officers of the State Environmental Health Monitoring Unit (SEHMU).

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The Result Of Walking On The Road Using Earpiece (photos)


This is Warning for those who do use Earpiece while walking on the #Express, #road and #street This accident happened in Eupi-Otukpo, Benue State. According to eye witnesses, the young man got carried away listening to music while walking on the expressway which made him not to spot the oncoming vehicle. I only wish everyone will learn.

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Treat people with gunshot wounds, accident victims before police report- El Rufai directs hospitals


Kaduna State Governor, Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai has directed all hospitals in the state to treat persons with gun wounds and accident victims before demanding police reports. The governor said that the duty to save lives is primary, and must come ahead of formal reports to the police.
The spokesman to the Governor, Samuel Aruwan, disclosed this in a statement shortly after the 15th Kaduna State Security Council meeting held in Sir Kashim Ibrahim House, Kaduna.
“The Governor of Kaduna State, Malam Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai, has directed all hospitals in the state to, with immediate effect, start treating persons with gunshot wounds and accident victims without demanding Police Report as a basis for attention. Lives must be saved first, before the formalities of demanding Police Reports from victims.
After saving lives, hospitals and other agencies can start making inquiries regarding how the gunshot wounds and other injuries were sustained. We consider it a gross abdication of responsibility if any hospital leaves injured patients unattended because of the absence of Police Reports. What is important is saving lives. There is no reason for an innocent citizen who has survived armed robbery and needs treatment for a gunshot wound to be denied the medical attention he requires. The hospitals can comply with reporting requirements to the police after providing the care the patient needs. This is the unanimous resolution of the Kaduna State Security Council. As Governor, I have communicated this decision to the Kaduna State Ministry of Health and Human Services and other concerned agencies operating in the state. A moment of trauma is not the time to put paper before lives. All our healthcare agencies have been advised that it will amount to criminal neglect to deny or delay critical care to such patients.”Aruwan said
The meeting of the Kaduna State Security Council which endorsed the resolution was attended by representatives of the Army, Police, Air Force, Navy, DSS, Civil Defense, FRSC, NDLEA and the Customs service. Also present at the meeting were HRH Alhaji Shehu Idris, the chairman of the Kaduna State Council of Emirs and Chiefs, Emir of Birnin Gwari, HRH Alhaji Zubairu Jibril II and Kpop Gwong, HRH Paul ZakkaWyom.

Nigerian Army’s Chief of Training and Operations, Major Gen. Yusha’u Abubakar dies in a road accident


Chief of Training and Operations (Army), Major
General Yusha’u Mahmood Abubakar and the
Acting General Officer Commanding 3 Division
Nigerian Army, Brigadier General MSA Aliyu
were involved in a road traffic accident along
Maiduguri-Damaturu road today, March 8.
According to a statement issued by the Acting
Director Army Public Relations, Col. Sani
Kukasheka Usman, Major General Yusha’u
Abubakar died as a result of the incident, while
Brigadier General Aliyu sustained injuries and is
receiving treatment. Details will follow later.

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