Terrifying Accident Rocks Edo State As Commuters Rush To Beat Lockdown Curfew

Car Accident In Edo Residents Curfew OnoBello

According to multiple online reports, a ghastly auto crash involving at least 4 vehicles rocked Benin, Edo state, as residents hurried home to beat the 7pm curfew set by the state government.

The incident reportedly happened at the popular Upper Mission Road in Benin. In a video taken at the scene of the incident, the cars involved in the accident are seen piled on top of each other, leaving viewers shocked.

The vehicles included an 18-seater passenger bus, a red car, an ash car and a truck fully loaded with 7up soda drinks. According to reports, no life was lost in the accident. Those involved were immediately rushed to the hospital.

Recall that on April 19, Governor Godwin Obaseki imposed a 10-day dusk-to-dawn curfew on Edo, with effect from April 20. This was in a bid to curtail the spread of the deadly coronavirus as he planned to increase screening and testing of citizens amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Watch the terrifying video below.

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