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Gridlock On Lagos-Ibadan Expressway After Fuel Tankers Collide

File Photo of an accident scene on Kara-end of Lagos Ibadan Expressway in June 2020.

 

The Lagos-Ibadan expressway is on standstill, after two tankers carrying Premium Motor Spirit, collided with each other in the early hours of today.

The Lagos State fire service is already on ground to salvage the situation.

However, movement of motorists coming inward and outward Lagos had to be out on hold as the PMS (fuel) had spilled over the roads.

Those commuting out of Lagos were diverted at the Kara-end of the expressway to continue their journeys.

Rejoice Ewodage

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