Travelers Groan As A Road Mishap On Friday Morning Causes Motorist To Move Slow along Lagos-Ibadan
By NEWERANEWS | self meida writer
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A mishap including two fuel big haulers on Friday morning slowed down development along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.
The mishap, which happened around the Kara Bridge segment of the parkway, saw drivers abandoned through the stretch of the street from the Berger zone of Lagos State to Mowe in Ogun State.
It was accumulated that people on call have since shown up at the scene and cordoned off the site to forestall an optional event.
One of the big haulers conveying diesel has been recouped yet endeavors are on to expel the one conveying petroleum, Lagos Information Commissioner, Gbenga Omotoso, said in an announcement.
He included, "subsequently, the segment of the street prompting Mowe from New Garage (Ojodu-Berger) has been cordoned off to forestall an auxiliary mishap while contraflow is set up to decrease delays.
"All Traffic Management, Security and Emergency Management Agencies are on the scene dealing with the episode and traffic to decrease delays and guarantee the wellbeing of all."
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