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School bus kills pregnant woman at Kubwa

A witness said the victim had just alighted from a motorcycle she boarded and was about bringing out money from her pause to pay the…

A witness said the victim had just alighted from a motorcycle she boarded and was about bringing out money from her pause to pay the cyclist when she met her untimely death.
“The driver had finished dropping some kids from the bus and in the process of reversing, he suddenly hit the woman and she died,” the witness said.
He added that the victim  was taken to the Kubwa General Hospital, where she was confirmed dead.
Similarly, a middle aged man was knocked down by two different cars at Dei-dei, along Kubwa-Zuba expressway.
Some eye witnesses said the victim was crossing the ever-busy expressway from Saburi axis to the Mobile Police Barracks around 8pm when he was suddenly knocked down by a speeding vehicle.
“The man was crossing the road, not knowing that the car was coming because the driver was driving without head lamp,” they said.
According to the witnesses, he was still on the floor when another vehicle following directly behind hit him, leaving him unconscious, and seriously injured.
City News however learnt that the first car that hit him ran away, while the second car stopped and assisted in taking him to the Kubwa General Hospital for treatment.
When contacted, the head, Accident and Emergency unit of the hospital, Paul Olise, said the man was undergoing treatment at the male surgical unit of the hospital, while the corpse of the pregnant woman was immediately moved to Maitama hospital for autopsy.

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