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A red colour articulated vehicle with no registration number coming from Challenge Area to Molete roundabout in Ibadan crushed two persons to death and injured seven others as a result of brake failure at about 7-45 am on Friday.

Truck crushes 2 persons to death, injures 7 others in Ibadan

A red colour articulated vehicle with no registration number coming from Challenge Area to Molete roundabout in Ibadan crushed two persons to death and injured seven others as a result of brake failure at about 7:45 am on Friday.

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