PHOTO: 38 seriously injured in ghastly accident on Owo-Akure road

A ghastly accident along the Akure-Owo road has left 38 commuters seriously wounded.

A witness said two vehicles – a bus and a car – had a head-on collision, leaving their occupants injured.

Some good samaritans rushed to scene to carry out rescue operation, rushing the injured to the teaching hospital in Akure.

Men of the Federal Road Safety Commision and other rescue workers were yet to arrive the scene as at the time the witness spoke to us. 

PHOTO: 38 seriously injured in ghastly accident on Owo-Akure road

PHOTO: 38 seriously injured in ghastly accident on Owo-Akure road

PHOTO: 38 seriously injured in ghastly accident on Owo-Akure road

PHOTO: 38 seriously injured in ghastly accident on Owo-Akure road

PHOTO: 38 seriously injured in ghastly accident on Owo-Akure road

PHOTO: 38 seriously injured in ghastly accident on Owo-Akure road

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