37 soldiers reportedly injured as Military truck crashes

It further reported that accident occurred while the truck was on Gaya road that leads to another state, Jigawa.

Nigerian Army

According to a report by Sahara Reporters, the military vehicles conveying soldiers on their way to Maiduguri was involved in the accident on Friday, July 15, 2016 after it was hit by another vehicle.

The report claimed further that the crashed military vehicle was hit after it went on a wrong road from Gaya junction and headed to another road of Jahun.

The injured soldiers were reported to have received medical treatment at the General Hospital Gaya as no deaths were recorded.

This is coming barely 24 hours after a truck ran into a crowd and leaving 84 people dead in Nice, France on Thursday night, July 14, 2016.

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