Truck crushes young girl to death in Akwa Ibom

A Facebook User has shared a graphic photo of a young girl crushed to death by a tipper in Akwa Ibom state.

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The tragic news was shared by a Facebook User identified as Uduak Archibong, who shared the very graphic photo of the remains of the deceased.

According to the post Archibong shared, the young girl who is yet to be identified, was killed dues to the recklessness of the tipper driver.

He wrote alongside the post, "The driver drove one way and hit the innocent girl in front of IMFI, Two lane."

The number of gruesome deaths resulting from truck accidents have been on the rise of late and has quickly become a cause for concern.

May her soul rest in peace.

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