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Accident On Third Mainland Bridge, Huge Traffic Towards Oworo
2010-04-23    
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Accident involving a commercial vehicle with registration number XM303FST and a dispatch rider on third mainland bridge.
Heavy traffic towards Iyana Oworo. Report says the dispatch rider died on the spot.



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Nike wrote:
ds is scary,God be with their families.
 
 
 
 
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