How truck avoiding animals crushed students to death in Ibadan | Dailytrust

How truck avoiding animals crushed students to death in Ibadan

Four students of Ejioku Secondary School in Lagelu Local Government Area of Oyo state were killed in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital, on Monday.

Daily Trust learnt that the students were going to school on motorcycle, when a truck, which was avoiding some sheep, crushed them along Iwo-road in Ibadan.

The state police public relations officer, Olugbenga Fadeyi, who confirmed the incident to Daily Trust in Ibadan on Monday, said the DPO in the area had sent the signal to the state command.

“It is true. The DPO told me that the incident happened when the driver of the truck was trying to avoid killing some sheep and rammed into the students on the Okada.

Police have moved to the area to ensure life and prosperity were not vandalised by the angry students.

Our Correspondent reports that the students of the school moved to the nearby park and vandalised vehicles in the area.

Eyewitness told Daily Trust that parents have stormed the schools to pick their children.

“It happened not up to one hour now. Four pupils of the Ejioku secondary school were crushed by a truck. Students have started vandalising trucks in Ejioku. They are still here as I speak.

“Though police are here but the students are still on rampage. It is taking another dimension now,” she said.

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