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BreakingNews 9/1/18 - Pregnant woman, cyclist crushed in Anambra

BreakingNews 9/1/18 - Pregnant woman, cyclist crushed in Anambra

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - A 22-year-old expectant mother and a commercial motorcyclist have been crushed by a hit and run commuter bus driver along Ekwulobia-Isuofia road in Anambra state.
 
The deceased, Ifeyinwa Nwobodo, was said to be on a motorcycle when she was knocked down by the commercial bus which sped off, leaving her and the Okada rider lying lifeless by the road.
 
According to a witness, the bodies of the okada rider and the pregnant woman were left unattended to for a while until a passerby who recognised the pregnant lady stopped to take both bodies to the morgue.
 
Daily Trust gathered that the police and Federal Road Safety officers traced the driver of the bus with the plate number of his vehicle that fell off at the scene of the incident.
 



Confirming the incident, the Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Nkiruka Nwode, said investigations were on to ascertain the cause of the incident.
 
"The DPO in charge of the area had written to the Federal Road Safety Corps to find out the owner of the plate number found at the scene of the accident," she said.
 
*Photo Caption - As seen.