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Multiple accident involving 7 cars causes heavy traffic in Victoria Island, Lagos

By News Express on 23/03/2016

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A multiple auto crash along Ozumba Mbadiwe Way this afternoon caused heavy traffic in Victoria Island, Lagos.

A TVC report quoted tweets by eyewitnesses as indicating that the multiple crash occurred sometime around 2pm, near 1004 Housing Estate.

“It is not clear the number of casualties involved, but a twitter user tweeted the accident involved 7 cars,” the report said.

•Photo shows scene of the multiple auto crash that grounded movement along Ozumba Mbadiwe Way, Victoria Island, Lagos . . . Wednesday.

Source News Express

Posted 23/03/2016 11:34:51 PM

 

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