Car driver rams 4 motorcyclists to death in Abuja

An FRSC spokesperson stated that the accident occurred due to high speed and dangerous driving.

Boboye Olayemi Oyeyemi, Corps Marshall, FRSC.

The incident occurred at the Dutse-Alhaji Junction located along Murtala Muhammed Expressway, Kubwa

A trailer had initially rammed the salon car which went on to crush the victims.

According to the Daily Post News, the motorcycle riders were waiting for passengers at the Public Service Institute before the accident happened.

Five other people who sustained injuries following the tragic incident were taken to the Kubwa General Hospital for treatment.

Bisi Kazeem, the spokesman for the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) attributed the accident to a case of speed violation, mechanical deficient vehicle and dangerous driving.

While one of the corpses has been released to the family of the deceased, others were reportedly deposited at the Kubwa General Hospital morgue till they are claimed.

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