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No fewer than three people have died in an auto crash around Obadeyi Bus Stop, jaiye, Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway, Lagos State, on Friday.

The victims which include two male soldiers and one female civilian died instantly in the accident which involved a truck and a Mitsubishi saloon car with registration number RNG396AA.

The truck was reportedly driving the wrong way when it collided head-on with the Mitsubishi car which had four occupants in it.

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A statement by the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) revealed that one male adult, who survived the fatal crash, was treated by the Lagos State Ambulance Services (LASAMBUS) before being taken to the hospital for further treatment.

Meanwhile, the corpses of the dead victims of the accidents have been bagged while waiting for military pick up and the State Environmental Health Monitoring Unit (SEHMU).

The vehicle has also been recovered from the road with the agency’s light tow truck and handed over to the police Meran Station.

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