Oyo state had 22 deaths caused by car crashes.
The Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, in Oyo State on Friday said that 23 people were killed in 22 auto crashes across the state in February.
The Oyo State FRSC Sector Commander, Godwin Ogagaoghene, said this in an interview in Ibadan, saying that 45 people sustained injuries.
He attributed the crashes to reckless driving, over-speeding, and other factors.
The commander appealed to motorists to always exercise patience on the roads and to obey traffic laws to reduce carnage in the area.
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