FRSC Blames Excessive Speed on Abuja Road Crash

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Report says Seventeen passengers were killed in a road crash along the Kwali-Abaji Expressway within the Federal Capital Territory on Tuesday.

Confirming the incident,FRSC spokesman, Bisi Kazeem, in a statement, said four other occupants of the vehicle were injured and one male occupant rescued without any injury.

According to the statement, the Acting Corps Marshal of the FRSC, Dauda  Biu  cautioned drivers against violating the prescribed speed limit.

It admonished against night trips as well as urged drivers to always observe rest period so as to avoid the dangers of excessive speed and fatigue on the highways.

Written by: Helen Obih

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