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One dead, three injured as speeding car crashed in Ondo: FRSC

Mr Alonge said a private Toyota Camry car marked Lagos, KSF 77 EZ carrying four people crashed due to speeding.

• September 7, 2022
Accident scene used to illustrate the story [Photo credit: The Nigerian Voice]

One person died while three others were injured in a lone accident on Wednesday along Ore-Okitipupa axis in Odigbo Local Government Area of Ondo State.

The Unit Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Ore, Sikiru Alonge, confirmed the accident in Ore.

Mr Alonge said a private Toyota Camry car marked Lagos, KSF 77 EZ carrying four people crashed due to speeding.

He noted that one male, one female adult and two male children were involved in the accident.

“Four people were involved in a lone accident because of speeding. One male child died while the other three sustained injuries.

“The corpse of the deceased has been deposited at the General Hospital morgue in Ore while others who sustained injuries were taken to the same hospital for treatment,” Mr Alonge said.

He warned motorists to always maintain normal speed limit, shun speeding and other traffic rules’ violations which could lead to crashes. 


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