The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Osun on Sunday said two individuals lost their lives in a horrendous mishap that happened on the Gbongan-Osogbo expressway.
The Sector Commander, Mr Paul Okpe, said this in an assertion by the order’s representative, Mrs Agnes Ogungbemi, in Osogbo.
Okpe clarified that the mishap occurred at about 12:40pm at the Niger Cat region, after Babalakin Hall, 5 km away from Sasa bridge.
He said a wine-shaded Toyota Previa minibus out of nowhere let completely go because of speeding, bringing about the demise of the two passengers.
“Seven individuals were engaged with the solitary mishap, which included six guys and one female.
“The just female in the vehicle lost her existence with a male. Their remaining parts had been stored in the mortuary at Obafemi Awolowo Teaching Hospital in Ile-Ife.
“Two harmed casualties were taken to Ariremase Hospital, Gbongan, while three others were taken to an undisclosed emergency clinic in Omu for additional treatment,” he said.
According to him, the Nigeria Police Force in Gbongan has assumed control over the slammed vehicle and all things recuperated at the spot of the accident.
The area authority noticed that regularity had since been reestablished to the location of the mishap to forestall gridlock.
Okpe, in any case, advised street clients to cling stringently to street wellbeing rules to stay away from any type of mishap that could prompt loss of lives and property.
Auto crash claims lives in Osun