Showing posts with label Road accident. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Road accident. Show all posts

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Edo State politician and businessman, Barr. Ken Imasuangbon escaped death in fatal auto crash (Photos)

Barrister Kenneth Imasuagbon narrowly escape death when a heavy duty vehicle veered off its lane and crashed into his convoy along Benin-Agbor expressway while he was returning from a function in Ewohimi, Ondo State. The politician and businessman popularly known as Rice-man, is currently in intensive care at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, UBTH.

Talking on the victim's present health condition, the chairman medical advisory committee, UBTH, Doctor Alfred Ogbemudia said Barrister Kenneth Imasuangbon was responding to treatment as a team of doctors were working to ensure his speedy recovery. Some PDP members who were present in the hospital, Senator Odion Ugbesia and Chief Dan Orbih, expressed appreciation to God for sparing the life of the victim. Barrister Kenneth Imasuangbon is a former PDP governorship aspirant in Edo state.
See pix from the accident scene after the cut:

Sunday, 8 December 2013

Newly wed couple escaped death in road accident on their way from wedding reception.

A bride narrowly escaped death in an auto crash while on her way from her wedding. The accident involving a NNPC tanker with number plate XG 321 MKA, a cargo truck and two saloon cars happened at about 4: 45pm on Saturday, close to the Otedola bridge, Alausa, on Lagos/Ibadan Expressway. According to eyewitness, the NNPC truck, while descending the slope from Alausa at top speed, could not hold its break. It then ran into the first car and squashed the second one against the cargo truck.

The bride and her husband were said to have jumped out of their car. When reporter got to the scene of the accident, the groom was no where in sight. The groom’s elder sister who spoke to reporter while cuddling her baby explained that they were just coming from the wedding reception of the couple. She was seen kneeling down and thanking God for their escape but refused to give the name of the couple.

Thursday, 5 December 2013

Tragic News: Woman unknowingly live tweets her husband's death.

If you're not prepared to be heartbroken, don't read the following. In the exact opposite of a holiday miracle, a woman unknowingly live-tweeted the death of her husband.

Caran Johnson of Salmon Creek, WA, was tweeting out traffic updates in her area earlier today she sent out messages alerting commuters to a tragic accident on a nearby highway. As the details kept coming, Johnson started worrying about her husband who was traveling on the same highway. Her messages grew increasingly despondent until she posted her final tweet: "it's him. he died."

Monday, 18 November 2013

Bar. Kenneth Imasuagbon flown to UK for proper medical attention after involving in road accident in Edo State.

Former governorship aspirant and business tycoon, Barrister Kenneth Imasuagbon, popularly referred to as the Rice-man, who was recently involved in a ghastly motor accident along Benin-Agbor road has been flown out of the country to the United Kingdom for further treatment. The chartered fight conveying Barrister Kenneth left the Benin airport yesterday 17th Nov. for the United Kingdom to receive proper medical treatment.
See pix after the cut:

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

FESTUS IYAYI Former ASUU President Dies In Auto Accident.

Dr. Festus Iyayi, former president of the Association of Senior Staff of Universities, ASUU is dead. He died this morning in a car crash on his way to Kano to participate in tomorrow’s National Executive Council Meeting of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) expected to declare an end to the over 4-month old strike. He was a writer known for his radical and sometimes tough stance on social and political issues.
What a sad loss…may his soul rest in peace!

Thursday, 7 November 2013

TRAGIC! Uniben expert, 3 children, cousin & uncle die in motor accident at Okada junction in Edo State.

A forensic specialist at the Morbid Anatomy Department, University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Dr. Ralph Omojefe, his three children, cousin and uncle died on Wednesday in a road crash around Okada junction, Ovia Local Government Area, along the Benin-Ore Expressway. The victims were said to be on their way from Lagos when the accident occurred.

It was gathered that the late Omojefe and his family members had accompanied a younger sister, who was on her way to the US, to Lagos and were on their way back to Benin when the accident happened.
The President, UBTH chapter of the Association of Resident Doctors, Kingsley Okafor, who confirmed the incident, said he had visited the family and that the late Omojefe's wife had been taken to their village in Delta State.

Thursday, 18 July 2013

Truck crushed & Killed Three Brothers In Ilorin.

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This is an accident that could have been prevented. 

According to Vanguard, three brothers were crushed to death today in Ilorin when a truck carrying cement and heading towards Oke-Oyi had a head-on collision with their motorcycle. The victims were heading for Ilorin and were members of a family in Oke-Oyi, the headquarter of Ilorin East Local Government Area. They died at the spot of the incident.

An eyewitness said the brothers were trying to overtake the vehicle in front of them when the oncoming truck crashed into them.

It was alleged that a group of angry youths in the area beat up the occupants of the truck, set the vehicle ablaze and carted away with some bags of cement before the arrival of the police.

The police public relations officer of Kwara command, DSP Olufemi Fabode, confirmed the incident and said some youths had been arrested with about 100 bags of cement. He condemned that action of the youths and urged residents of the state to refrain from jungle justice and allow vehicle inspection officers do their jobs.

Friday, 12 July 2013

Late NANS Senate President Donald Onukaogu Was Buried Today. (Photos)

The late senate president of the National Association of Nigerian Students, Donald Onukaogu was laid to rest earlier today. The 28-years-old who had an accident on 13 June 2013, was buried in his hometown Itu Ezinihitte Mbaise in Imo State and a candle light procession was also held at the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, in his honor.

He died along with four other students in a motor accident along Umuahia-Ikot Ekpene road on their way to the University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom state, to intervene in the students protest against transportation fees and other anti-students policies like 'No pay, No examination' policy. 
May his soul rest in peace!
More pix after the cut:

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Gov. Rotimi Amaechi Approved $100,000 For OJB's Treatment Then Had A Tragic Car Accident. (Photos)

Governor of Rivers State, Rotimi Amaechi, has approved the sum of $100.000 which happens to be the total money expected to get Music Producer, OJB, the kidney transplant he needs.

The initiative was muted by Jazzman Olofin, and MetroNews Online publisher Femi Davies,contact was made to the Gov via the Political Editor of Thisday,Wale Olaleye.

The Gov promptly approved the total expected sum which will be handed over to OJB by Friday July 5,2013.

Meanwhile, while he was on his way to the Port Harcourt International Airport yesterday, a suspicious vehicle rammed into his convoy along Igwuruta road. The incident was caused by a Toyota Avensis with Lagos registration number AAA 767 AQ. No one was harmed in the incident but the driver of the vehicle was immediately handed to the police.

Thank God for his safety, aside being a drama filled governor, he is also a governor with a great heart.
See the pix of the accident scene after the cut:

Saturday, 29 June 2013

Use A Mobile Phone While Driving And Go To Jail - FRSC Warns.

The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) has announced a newly adopted strategy that would ensure that any person caught using the mobile phone while driving, would no longer be fined but immediately taken to court and jailed.

Corp Marshal, FRSC, Mr. Osita Chidoka said other offences like speed driving, dangerous overtaking and overloading would equally attract court action instead of the usual fines.

The FRSC boss, who was speaking at a news conference in Abuja, said these new measures are part of a newly launched campaign to reduce the increased spate of road crashes in the country.

Commercial bus drivers are now expected to install speed limit devices in their vehicles so they henceforth should not exceed 100km per hour.

National President of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) however admitted that some drivers are guilty of the aforementioned road accident causing crimes.

The FRSC says it is partnering with several organizations including oil companies to fulfill its promise to make Nigerian roads one of the safest in the world by the year 2020.

Thursday, 24 January 2013

VIDEO: Watch How A Baby Miraculously Survived A Tragic Accident.


I sometimes wonder how some people drive, especially when there are other lives in their hands.
Watch this video and see how a baby miraculously survived a what would have been a dreadful accident after been thrown out of a moving car that collided with a trunk in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. 
I wonder what the driver was thinking....anyways, thank God nothing tragic happened.