Graphic: Six persons including UNN students burnt to death in accident along Enugu-Nsukka road

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Graphic: Six persons including UNN students burnt to death in accident along Enugu-Nsukka road

Six persons were burnt beyond recognition after a commercial bus carrying 13 passengers somersaulted and caught fire along Enugu-Nsukka road on Thursday. The accident occurred opposite Queens Secondary School, Nsukka. Among the casualties were students of the University of Nigeria Nsukka.

According to reports, the driver was trying to avoid another driver when the bus somersaulted three times and caught fire.

 

Graphic: Six persons including UNN students burnt to death in accident along Enugu-Nsukka roadGraphic: Six persons including UNN students burnt to death in accident along Enugu-Nsukka road

Graphic: Six persons including UNN students burnt to death in accident along Enugu-Nsukka road

Graphic: Six persons including UNN students burnt to death in accident along Enugu-Nsukka road

Graphic: Six persons including UNN students burnt to death in accident along Enugu-Nsukka road

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