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Fish truck on head-on collision with petrol tanker, two persons die in Osun

Two persons were feared dead in a head-on collision between a fish truck and petrol tanker along Ibadan-Ife road in Gbongan, Irewole Local Government Area of Osun State.

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The accident, which occurred around 10:30am, was caused by the fish truck, which lost control.

Our correspondent learnt the two vehicles caught fire as the fish -laden truck rammed into the petrol tanker from behind.

The driver of fish truck and his motor boy were engulfed in the fire while the tanker driver was lucky to escape with a minor injury.

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Spokesperson of Federal Fire Service, Mrs. Adijat Basiri, confirmed the incident.

She said:

“At about 11 am, we received a distress call of a collision between a tanker of Premium Motor Spirit and a truck of fish at Gbogan/Ife road resulting in a fire outbreak.

“Our men immediately turned out to put the situation under control.

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“There were two casualties involved basically from the fish truck. Vehicle details unavailable for now. We had to ask for assistance and turn out two appliances.”

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