Tradegy As Truck Crushes Two Young Brothers To Death In Ekiti (Photo)

August 10, 2020
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The brothers were crushed to death by a truck

The brothers were crushed to death by a truck

A speeding truck has ended the lives of two brothers – Ojo Hezekiah Abidemi (aka Fresh Strawberry), 25, and Ojo Ayomide, 21.

They were crushed by a truck and died at the scene of the accident in Ikere-Ekiti, while travelling to pay their mother a visit in Ekiti State.

According to reports, the deceased, both students of University of Nigeria affiliate to College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti, were on their way to visit their mother on

Friday, August 7th, 2020 when the tragic incident happened.

“The brothers were on their way to visit their mum who’s based in Akure and stopped by a fuel station and according to eye witnesses as they were coming out of the fuel station, an oncoming truck rammed into them.

“The driver of the truck ran away while the victims were both rushed to a nearby hospital where they were declared dead,” a source said.

Friends have taken to Facebook to mourn the brothers.

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