Ghastly accident involving multiple vehicles occurs on Lagos – Ibadan Expressway

Otedola area crash scene, Lagos 15-11-12
Accident scene used to illustrate the story
The accident involved three cars and a petrol tanker.
A ghastly accident involving multiple vehicles has occurred on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway restricting vehicular movements, the Federal Road Safety Commission has said.

The crash occurred on Otedola bridge on Thursday evening and involved a petrol tanker and some other vehicles.

“The vehicles involved are FKJ 167 AX , Skoda Saloon car, AH 723 SMK , Landrover Jeep, KSF 806 XC, Volvo Truck, XB 166 NGL, a Petrol Tanker,” the Commission stated in it a message on its facebook page.

The road safety commission said the “Lagos – Ibadan carriageway is blocked and traffic diverted to the Ibadan – Lagos carriageway.”

“Our men are at the scene controlling traffic and on rescue services. Casualties not ascertained yet. Let those on that particular road now be patient and cautious please,” the commission stated.

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