A Toyota Coaster bus carrying over 40 students of St Lawrence School was involved in an accident in the early hours of Tuesday, March 19, along Textile Road area in Ado-Ekiti.
The Coaster bus veered off its lane, jumped over the road divider on the dual carriage way and landed on the other side of the road, Vanguard reports.
There was no causality as at the time of gathering this report.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that tragedy struck on Wednesday morning, January 30, when a truck loaded with 33,000 litres of petroleum product fell at Barracks bus stop, along Mile 2/Badagry expressway, Ojo area of Lagos.
The truck was said to have spilled its content on the ground and triggered wildfire.
It was gathered that no fewer than two people lost their lives in the unfortunate incident, which also had five vehicles burnt.
According to report, police officials, fire service personnel and Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) are on ground for rescue operation.
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Recall that Legit.ng also reported that a Kenyan man is in deep pain after losing five members of his family in the ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines' crash which occurred on Sunday, March 10.
John Karanja lost his wife, Anne Wangoi, daughter Caroline Nduta, and three grandsons among them Kelly and Ruby in the accident which left 157 dead.
In an interview at the JKIA, on Monday, March 11, Karanja who was yet to come to terms with the unfortunate incident, said he would one day question God why his loved ones would disappear not to be seen again within a blink of an eye.
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