One Died, 4 Hospitalised As Lexus Sedan Crashed Into Container

Posted on December 5, 2016

CYRIACUS IZUEKWE

 

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The wrecked Lexus car

An unidentified driver of a Lexus Sedan died on the spot after his car ran into a stationed container truck along Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway early Sunday.

While the driver of the Lexus model ES 350 with registration number APP 544 EH reportedly died on the spot, four other occupants of the car were critically injured.

They were rushed to an undisclosed hospital where the doctors are still battling to save their lives.

The car was badly damaged beyond repair filled with the blood of the victims.

Our correspondent could not get the identities of the victims who were all young men believe to be going to nightclub at about  2.am in the morning.

The police have recovered the badly damaged car parked at Shasha police division in Akowonjo, Lagos.

 

 

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