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A Nigerian man has testimony to share with his church members on Easter Sunday after surviving a ghastly accident in a state in Southeast Nigeria. The man rwofterkt survived a car accident after his car was crushed by a trailer along Okija Road in Anambra state.
His car was left without trace of reconstruction after it was crushed by the trailer. When the incident happened, eyewitnesses thought that the man would die instantly because the accident was very terrifying. To Peoples' greatest surprise, the man came out of his vehicle alive and sound. He was not the only one who was inside the car. He was traveling with his Sibling who was the actual person handling the steering. Both of them came out alive and well.
A video surfaced online, showing when the man was praising and thanking God for making him and his brother, living souls even though they experienced an unimaginable incident.
As many said, the survival of the two is still a miracle, considering the level of damages the car sustained after it was crushed by the trailer.
Torixus recalled that the Anambra state Chapter of The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) last week, released a report, saying that a speeding driver and a woman, who was travelling on foot at Obiuno Road in Igbo Ukwu community, Anambra State, died in a road accident.
The Nigerian police has been advised to engage medical practitioners in every checkpoint they Mount on highways. The reason for this very suggestion is to test those who are in the influence of alcohol or any other drug that would make them lose their sense of responsibility and calmness.
A lot of accidents have been caused by too much consumption of Alcohol and is something we have to look into. Government has also been advised to ban trailers from traveling during day time.
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