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Monday, September 28, 2020

4 people confirmed dead in a road accident in Obosi, Anambra State

Another sad day in Obosi, Anambra State today, 28th September 2020. We just got informed by an eyewitness on the tragic incident that happened in Obosi, Idemili North LGA in Anambra State today. 

According to an eyewitness who reported the incident, he said that the road accident happened after Obosi Police Station, off Onitsha-Owerri road. The road accident involved a tipper loaded with sand, a commercial bus and a private car (Toyota Spider). 

According to the eyewitness, the accident was caused by over speeding and brake failure. Four people have been confirmed dead while the injured ones were taken to Unity Hospital, Obosi, for urgent treatment. 

"Good evening KossyDerrickEntertainment I just witnessed a road accident. Four people feared dead, other injured in a road accident involving truck, commercial bus and a private vehicle in Obosi, Anambra State. 
Four people are feared dead, while many others were injured today, 28-09-2020 in Obosi, Idemili North Council Area of Anambra State following a road accident involving a tipper loaded with sand, a commercial bus and a private vehicle. 
The incident which happened after Obosi Police Station, off Onitsha-Owerri road, involved the tipper with registration number, JIT 168 XG, a commercial bus belonging to Izuchukwu, with registration number, ABN 430 YN, a black Toyota Spider; with registration number, FST 122 DQ. 
While the dead were taken and deposited at a nearby mortuary, the injured were taken to Unity Hospital, Obosi, for medical attention. 
The driver of the ill-fated black Toyota Spider, who pleaded anonymity, thanked God for saving his life and his fellow occupants, and to passers-by, Police and FRSC officials, for joining in rescue operation. 
A trader at Mgbuka Obosi, who joined in the rescue operation, attributed the incident to over speeding and brake failure. 
Meanwhile, men of the Nigerian Police Force, Federal Road Safety Corp helped in the rescue operation and clearing of road for free flow of traffic," An eyewitness wrote to KossyDerrickEntertainment. 

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