Speeding trailer crashed into several cars in Jos: FRSC
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) reported a trailer descended from the Secretariat Flyover Bridge and crashed into seven moving vehicles in Jos.
Route Commander Peter Longsan, Public Enlightenment Officer FRSC Plateau State Sector Command Jos, said this in a statement in Jos on Saturday.
Mr Longsan said the crash, which occurred at the gate of Hillcrest School, was due to failure of the trailer driver to observe the recommended maximum speed limit.
He disclosed that three people were injured from the crash and taken to the Plateau State Specialist Hospital for medical attention.
Mr Longsan advised motorists to always ensure the maintenance of their vehicles and adhere to maximum speed limits to forestall future occurrence.
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