The Ogere Unit Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps in the Remo North Local Government Area of Ogun State said that it has given N310,700 and other goods to the families of crash victims.
This information was released in a statement on Wednesday by Florence Okpe, the FRSC Public Education Officer for the Ogun Sector Command.
According to Okpe, the crash on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway before the Iperu Bridge happened at around 6:25 am, killing four people and injuring six others.
She said, “the FRSC Ogere command exhibited its professionalism in the rescue operation by taking the injured victims for medical attention, depositing the dead to the morgue, and also calling the relatives of the crash victims to come over and reclaim the properties recovered from the scene.
“The command recovered the sum of N310,700 and other items from a crash scene.
“N268,800 and a bag containing clothes were returned to Mr Afolabi Sikiru, the relative of Mr Idris Bello, who died in the crash.
“Another sum of N41,900 only was also handed over to Mr Falase, the husband of one of the survived victims.
“The cash and the items were handed over by the Unit Commander, RS2.24 Ogere, ACC O B Ogunlana.
“The people appreciated the FRSC for the honesty and transparency in them when carrying out their lawful duties.”