7 die in Kano auto crash

FRSC officials

Nine people were also injured in the crash

The Federal Roads Safety Commission, FRSC, Kano State Command, said seven persons died in an auto crash on Bagadawa-Mil Tara- Katsina road on February 13.

The FRSC Sector Commander in Kano, Garba Ibrahim, said on Friday that the accident occurred at about 7.30 p.m., adding that nine persons were also injured in the crash.

He said the accident involved three vehicles: an articulated vehicle with Reg. No. KTN 628AA, and two Toyota buses with Reg. No. AA106KKH and GNN26AA.

Mr. Ibrahim said the accident involved 26 people while the remains of the dead and those injured were taken to the hospital.

He said the FRSC personnel responded promptly to a distress call by a witness immediately after the accident and advised drivers to be careful when they drive.


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