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Another Tanker Burst Into Flames On Otedola Bridge, 2 Days After FRSC Insisted Accidents Not Caused By Demons

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Again, Another Tanker Burst Into Flames On Otedola Bridge, Days After FRSC Insisted Accidents Not Caused By Demons - autojosh

Again, another fuel tanker burst into flames on the popular Otedola Bridge in Lagos.

It comes 2 days after FRSC insisted accidents on the bridge not caused by demons.

FRSC said crashes on the bridge is caused by recklessness of drivers and unworthiness of vehicles.





A fully loaded fuel tanker on Friday, 28th May, burst into flames on the popular Otedola Bridge around the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

According to reports, no casualty was recorded during the incident. The fire was curtailed due to the swift arrival of first responders at the scene.

This incident comes just two days after the FRSC explained that frequent crashes on the bridge is caused by the recklessness of drivers and unworthiness of vehicles.

The Government Agency insisted that it’s demons, witches or wizards, that is responsible for the frequent crashes on the Otedola Bridge.

Again, Another Tanker Burst Into Flames On Otedola Bridge, Days After FRSC Insisted Accidents Not Caused By Demons - autojosh

Again, Another Tanker Burst Into Flames On Otedola Bridge, Days After FRSC Insisted Accidents Not Caused By Demons - autojosh

This was revealed by the Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps, Lagos State Command, Olusegun Ogungbemide. He said this on Wednesday while speaking during the Quarterly Stakeholders’ Meeting of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency held at the Lagos Chambers of Commerce and Industries.





According to him, the frequency of accidents on the bridge is not due to the presence of blood sucking demons, witches or wizards, but the unworthiness of vehicles and recklessness of drivers.

The Otedola Bridge located between Secretariat Bus Stop and Berger Bus Stop is notorious for fatal road crashes mostly involving fuel-laden tankers and trucks.

Since the beginning of this year, dozens of accidents have claimed many lives, in addition to injuries, burnt vehicles and loss of properties.





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