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Wife dies chasing husband with side chick in Calabar

The sector commander of the FRSC in Cross River, Maikano Hassan, has confirmed a lone crash in which a middle-aged woman died in Calabar.

• September 19, 2022

The sector commander of the FRSC in Cross River, Maikano Hassan, has confirmed a lone crash in which a middle-aged woman died in Calabar.

The crash occurred on Sunday.

Mr Hassan stated that the incident was caused by speeding.

He explained that the lone crash on Murtala Mohammed Road saw the Toyota Highlander the woman was driving skid off the road into a ditch by the highway.

“Though the woman was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital, she was pronounced dead minutes later due to injury sustained from the incident,” said the FRSC official.

It was gathered that the woman was pursuing her husband, alleged to be with a side chick in his car.

(NAN)

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