Another awful accident happened at 37 hospital traffic was reported in the news today. Two private cars were driving at a high rate, according to an Adom news article. They were on their way to 37 traffic from the Elwak route.
It was red when they arrived at the traffic light, and pedestrians were crossing the lane, but they were unable to stop due to the speed.
The two collided with pedestrians who were crossing the street. The incident occurred about 10:00 p.m., according to sources. Five people died on the spot, while hundreds were seriously wounded and transported to 37 hospitals.
According to the information obtained, one of the deceased was an airport employee who was on his way home after finishing his shift.
The two men are said to be Sakawa boys from Nigeria. And no one was seriously hurt.
The case is currently being investigated by the police.
Source: Adom News
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