Seven people died, on Thursday morning, from a fatal road crash that occurred along Lambata – Minna, Niger State.
The accident, according to the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)’s Sector Commander, Musa Muhammed, occurred at Dagibe village some minutes after 7 am.
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The accident involved two vehicles, a Mazda 323 car with Reg NO- CRC686XN and a Volkswagen golf with Reg No:KTU506BK.
The identity of the victims could not be ascertained by the officials of the FRSC as at the time of filing this report but six males and one female died.
The fatal accident also left two males injured.
The crash, it was learnt, was caused by overspeeding and loss of control by the drivers.
The injured victims, according to Muhammed, were taken to the Federal Medical Centre, Gawu Babangida while the corpses were deposited at the Sabon Wuse Mortuary.