Xinhua News Agency, Abuja, November 22 (Reporter Guo Jun) A serious traffic accident occurred in Borno State in northeastern Nigeria on November 22, killing 37 people and injuring 8 others.
Udon Boyi, head of the Borno State Road Management Department, said in a statement on the 22nd that two buses caught fire after colliding on a highway in Borno State on the same day, killing 37 people and 8 others. Injuried. Preliminary investigations revealed that one of the buses was suspected of speeding, lost control, veered off its lane, and hit another bus head-on.
Boye said authorities are conducting further investigations into the accident.
Due to poor road conditions, overloading and speeding, traffic accidents occur frequently in Nigeria. On the same day, a serious traffic accident occurred on the outskirts of Abuja, the capital of Nepal, killing 17 people and injuring 4 others.
(Editors in charge: Yu Yang, Cui Yue)
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