Toddler dies in tragic auto crash

A toddler has been killed and six others injured in an auto crash that occurred in Abeaokuta, Ogun state.

Auto crash in Abeokuta

The spokesperson of the Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps, TRACE, in Ogun State Babatunde Akinbiyi, made the disclosure while speaking with Premium Times on Saturday, April 8, 2017.

According to Akinbiyi, the crash took place in front of Muhammed Buhari Estate, which is about 15 minutes’ drive from Abeokuta.

The victims were reportedly on their way from Sagamu.

The TRACE spokesperson went on to explain that the accident occurred after one of the tires of the private opel astra car with registration number KRD 80 DF which was conveying the occupants, burst.

The vehicle is said to have somersaulted, leaving the one-year-old toddler dead and six others injured.

The injured were reportedly rushed to the General Hospital, Abeokuta.

May the soul of the deceased rest in peace.

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