Horrific Accident Causes Death of 5 Persons At 37 Military Hospital Traffic Light


Reports reaching the news desk of newstodaygh.com can confirm that, the driver of a Toyota Camry with number plate GR-1708-xx lost control of his vehicle and in the process knocked down killing 4 and injuring one person after his breaks allegedly failed. The vehicle veered off road as a result causing the accident which occurred in the very early hours of this morning.

According to eye witness reports, the unfortunate victims who lost their lives as a result of this gory accident were a couple, a youghurt seller and a woman who was alleged to have gone to visit her son at the hospital.

An eyewitness said the vehicle was travelling at top speed when the driver suddenly lost control and veered off the road killing pedestrians in the process.

One eyewitness also claimed that the driver of the vehicle may have been driving under the influence of alcohol because a bottle of an alcoholic drink was found lying on the front seat of the vehicle after the accident.

The driver also sustained serious injuries and was rushed together with the surviving victim to the 37 Military Hospital for treatment. The bodies of the dead have also been deposited at the same hospital pending autopsy and investigations leading to the cause of the accident.

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