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End Of Life Pregnant woman dies in presence of her husband, 5 year old son in ghastly auto crash

Few days to the end of 2015, A pregnant woman left the world in an auto crash in Lagos while her husband, Mr Femi Ajayi, and son, Darasimi, sustained various of injury.

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Few days to the end of 2015, A pregnant woman left the world in an auto crash in Lagos while her husband, Mr Femi Ajayi, and son, Darasimi, sustained various of injury.

According to a news reports, the doctors are still battling to save the lives of Mr Ajayi and his five-year-old boy, Darasimi. He also said that the tragic incident occurred about 10.21p.m. on Sunday when a Nissan Pathfinder at Ikeja busstop on Agege Motor Road conveying the family skidded over the road and collided with a TATA bus marked Lagos AKD 21XC on the other side of the road.

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Sympathizers rushed to the scene but before they could render any help, the middle-aged pregnant woman had died while her husband and son were seen panting in pains. It was learnt that men of the Lagos State Emergency Agency (LASEMA), Police, LASAMBUS and men of the Federal Road Safety Commission(FRSC) had a hectic time before they could remove the victims from the scene.

During an interview with the General Manager, LASEMA, Mr Michael Akindele warned motorists against overspeeding. He further said that the agency received distress call about the accident around Ikeja Along Bus Stop on the Agege Motor Road.

An innvestigation was carried out by the agency at the scene and was revealed that the accident occurred when a blue jeep swerved into the Nissan causing the Nissan to skid over the road to the other side and finally hitting a TATA bus on the other side of the road.

Unfortunately a young woman identified as Mrs Ajayi sitting in the front passenger seat died instantly while the husband identified as Femi Ajayi and a five-year-old boy, Darasimi, survived with minor injuries and were moved to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) for treatment.

In conclusion, Mr Akindele advised drivers against over-speeding, especially at night. He also cautioned motorists to always maintain necessary safety precautions when driving.

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