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Two Brt Buses Collide In Lagos, Claims Many Lives (SEE VIDEO)

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Two Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) vehicles collided today, October 26, 2022 in Ketu, Lagos State.

 

The accident happened on Wednesday morning of October 26, 2022.

According to eyewitnesses, one of the BRT buses rammed into a billboard and the other BRT bus coming behind hit it, while a yellow commercial bus also rammed into the BRT bus behind.

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A video from the scene shows a crowd gathered to ascertain the level of damage.

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The accident caused heavy gridlock in the area.

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The LASEMA Response Unit (LRU) were at the scene to rescue the casualties.

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