Strange woman dies mysteriously in public transport at Ekiti
By Jimemmanuell | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1565 views
It was reported that an unidentified woman died in public transport on Wednesday, July 15th in Ekiti.
It was collected that the event took place after a public transport conveying the woman alongside other passengers, took off from Ado-Ekiti, and headed towards Igede.
Other passengers on board said the woman was looking okay and sound when they got into the car, but suddenly, complications arose during the journey.
It was reported that the driver of the bus halted the journey immediately, and all efforts to save her proved abortive as she died instantly, leaving everyone on the bus in shock and confusion.
The strange death of the unidentified woman was confirmed by Ekiti State Police Public Relations Official, DSP Sunday Abutu. Abutu explained that the woman's body had been deposited in the morgue, pending the time when any of her family members would appear because she was without any device to identify or trace her family or friends.
Abutu added that although, the driver was held back for further questioning, investigation carried out on the death of the woman does not suggest any foul play.
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