It was reported on Wednesday in Ekiti State that, a middle aged yet to be identified woman mysteriously slumbed and died in a public transport.
According to correspondent, she boarded the public transport which took off from Ado-Ekiti with several other passengers when the unfortunate incident occurred.
Speaking with a passenger, she suddenly developed complications in the course of the journey but she looked healthy when she boarded the bus.
However, when the crisis started, the driver pulled over and efforts were made by passengers to save her life but proved abortive as she passed away on the spot leaving the passengers and driver in total shock and confusion.
When newsmen contacted, Ekiti State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Sunday Abutu, who confirmed the unfortunate incident saying it is difficult to trace the woman's relatives because she has no phone or anything to identify her.
Further speaking, DSP Abutu states that, pending when family members will come looking for her, the woman's body has been deposited at the morgue.
He said the driver was held back even though does not suggest foul play, but for further investigation by the command.
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