Four fatalities in a car accident have been confirmed by the Federal Road Safety Commission’s (FRSC) Bauchi State Command.
According to BEEHIVEGOSSIPS, the accident took place on Thursday, September 29, 2022, at 1110 a.m. on the Tashan Mai-Alewa section of the Bauchi-Kano expressway. It was first reported at 1130 a.m.
According to the report, there were 11 people involved, all men, of which four men died and seven adults were hurt.
According to reports, the collision involved two vehicles: a commercial Ford Galaxy minibus with the license plate MSA59XB and a Vibe Pontiac private car with the license plate BUU457SY.
Dr. Yahaya Usman Muhammadu was the person behind the wheel of the Pontiac Vibe.
According to the FRSC, the crash may have been caused by exceeding the speed limit and losing control at a spot where the road is paved.
The General Hospital in Ningi received the victims for emergency medical attention for the injured and identification of the confirmed dead.