Seven people killed in Kogi Sallah crashes: FRSC
The Kogi command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says seven persons died and 43 people injured in 14 crashes during the Eid-el-Kabir celebration.
Stephen Dawulung, the sector commander, disclosed this on Tuesday, noting that 45 people escaped unhurt.
According to him, 90 per cent of the crashes occurred due to speed violations.
Mr Dawulung said FRSC’s ‘Stand down of the Corps Special Patrol Operations’, recorded 409 traffic offenders. He said that traffic offenders were booked for 441 offences.
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