Sector public education officer of the Federal Road Safety Corps, Anambra State Command, Mr Pascal Anigbo has urged road discipline following a road accident in Anambra state.
The accident which occured at agulu junction, in anocha local government area of anambra state, left one dead and two with varying degrees of injury.
The accident, according to tribune newspaper, occurred around 9.30 am, involving a toyota highlander and hijet daihatsu pickup.
The four involved were reportedly travelling in the pickup, with two seated inside and two in the bucket when the incident occurred.
Mr Pascal Anigbo, attributed the crash to lane diversion.
He said, “at about 9.30 am today wednesday, august 5, 2020, we received a distress call on a fatal road traffic crash which occurred near golden tulip hotels junction, agulu.
“An FRSC rescue team from Nanka outpost was dispatched to the scene immediately.
“The fatal crash involved a toyota highlander with enlistment number fgg33kj and hijet daihatsu pickup, without a registration number. A total of five male adults were also involved”.
“Two sustained some degree of injuries and one death recorded”.
“The victims were taken to st. joseph hospital, Adazi Nnukwu. Traffic control is ongoing”.
“The sector commander FRSC, Andrew A. Kumapayi strongly warns drivers against all forms of dangerous driving”.
“Drivers must obey “lane discipline” and tolerate other road users. Road traffic crashes are avoidable”.
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