A street mishap including two trucks and a completely stacked fuel big hauler on the Kara connect has brought about a significant gridlock on traffic internal and outbound paths of the Lagos-Ibadan turnpike.
It was accumulated that two individuals were harmed in the mishap which occurred at about 1.45am on Friday.
Right now a piece of the scaffold has been cordoned off while trans-stacking of fuel is continuous.
Firemen just as men of the FRSC are on the ground at the location of the accident.
In June, a piece of the outbound Kara Bridge on the Lagos-Ibadan turnpike was closed somewhere near the Federal Ministry of Works to empower the service to do a respectability test on the foundation and decide its functionality.
This move went ahead the impact points of various mishaps that have happened on the scaffold after some time.
In a letter to the Lagos State Government searching its help in doing the work, the service clarified that the temporary worker taking care of that area of the turnpike mentioned that the scaffold be closed to encourage the undertaking.
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