2 People Died While Fighting in Oshodi
the Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, LASEMA, Oluwafemi Oke-Osanyintolu has confimred the death of two men who died on Tuesday while fighting when the duo got crushed by a car. The two man were fighting at Oshodi-Oke inward Gbagada Expressway in Lagos State.
The incident occurred at day time, adjacent LASTMA office in Oshodi.
Though details of what led to the fight could not be ascertained but it was gathered that the victims were hit and crushed to death by an upcoming vehicle.
One of them was said to have died on the spot while the other died few hours later.
At press time, he said the agencies were awaiting Lagos State Environmental Health Monitoring Unit (SEHMU) to evacuate the body.
In his situation report, Osanyintolu said operation was ongoing at about 1.32pm, “Upon arrival of LRT at the scene of the incident, it was discovered that two male adult casualties were found on the ground.
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