NEMA Confirms One Survival In Bonny Camp Accident
By Concise News Correspondent
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has confirmed the death of a woman as a vehicle plunged into Melee river near Bonny camp on Lagos Island, on Saturday night.
Ibrahim Farinloye, the spokesman of the agency, told newsmen in Lagos that the KIA Ultima SE model was with registration number MUS 38 BL and was carrying a woman and her driver when the incident occurred.
According to Farinloye, the agency recovered the dead woman from the vehicle while her driver survived unhurt.
”The river spot where the incident occurred is the most turbulent spot in the whole of West Africa,” he said.
This is coming barely 24 hours after a similar accident occurred in Owode area of Lagos state where a luxurious bus carrying over 50 people plunged into a river leaving 3 people dead and several others injured.
The spokesman appealed to motorists to drive with caution on the highways to prevent such occurrences.