By Etse Kassim, Abuja
Four persons have lost their lives in a road crash on Wednesday morning along the ever-busy Sagamu-Ijebu -Ode expressway, Ogun State. bactrim f
Clement Oladele, Ogun State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), who confirmed the ugly incident to newsmen, said the road crash involved a Ford bus and a Mack trailer.
Oladele said that the accident happened at 4:45am near the Ijebu Ode Toll Gate, adding that it was caused by loss of control by the driver of the black truck with registration number XB 111 LSD.
According to him, the loss of control led to a collision of the truck with the white bus marked LSD 766 XS.
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He said : “The accident occurred at about 4:45am. near Ijebu Ode Toll Gate, leading to the death of four people trapped in the bus conveying passengers and woods.
“The crash is suspected to have been caused by loss of control, when a truck which had earlier parked, suddenly attempted to join the road corridor.
“A Mack truck moving in the same direction, in an attempt to avoid colliding with the truck entering the road, swerved away from the slow lane to the fast lane.
“The bus travelling behind on the fast lane was too fast and could not stop but ran into the truck that swerved from slow to the fast lane.
“The crash resulted in the death of the four passengers in the bus.”
While saying that the bodies of the victims have been taken to the mortuary, Oladele appealed to motorists to always apply caution when driving and obey traffic rules.
He said obstructions at the accident scene had been cleared by men of the FRSC to free heavy traffic in the area, just as he admonished motorists to desist from the habit of joining a road corridor suddenly or interfering with moving traffic.