Igando accident: Container-laden truck falls on cars
By Guardian Exclusive
30 March 2022 | 10:59 am
Last night, a container-laden truck fell on three vehicles in Igando, a suburb of Lagos. The injured have been taken to hospital by officials of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency.
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