Many Burnt Beyond Recognition After A Bus Fully Loaded With People Lost Control And Caught Fire This Afternoon.The terrible accident you saw in the photo above burnt many beyond recognition. It happened when the bus fully loaded with people lost control and unfortunately caught fire.
The bus is a 16 seater bus that was transporting the occupants to Abakaliki in Ebonyi State. The accident happened at Umuahia along Enugu Port Harcourt expressway. The bus took off from Aba in Abia State and was going to Abakaliki, sadly, the journey ended along Port Harcourt expressway.
This accident happened today and was posted on Twitter by Coal City Connect. This was what he posted about an hour ago "Many burnt beyond recognition as a fully loaded 16 seater bus going to Abakaliki from Aba lost control and caught fire at Umuahia along Enugu Port Harcourt expressway".
The number of people that lost their lives in the accident is yet unknown when this sad news was posted on Twitter. As you can see from the photos, it was a terrible accident. It was very hard for the people that came to rescue the victims. The fire was too much for them to get closer.
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