Traffic Congestions In Lagos As Hoodlums Loot Victims Of Plane Crash
Amid the tragedy that struck in Lagos when an Embraer 120 plane belonging to Associated Airlines conveying the remains of late Agagu crashed yesterday in Lagos, some hoodlums swooped on the victims carting away huge sums of money and other valuable items.
A security guard identified as Sunday Hameed at the Joint Users Hydrant Installation depot, very close to where the plane crashed, told our correspondent that the hoodlums rushed into the premises and robbed the victims.
According to him,” I was about going home when the plane crashed here at the back of our depot. Some people were crying please help, please help, but instead of assisting us to help them, these area boys that rushed in just started collecting their money, phones and wrist watches. This kind of attitude we have in this country is not good.”
He said the casket and remains of the late Agagu was recovered intact in one piece.
As the rescue operation was on, there was traffic congestion at the ever-busy Airport Road leaving motorists to groan in the traffic congestion for hours.
Officials of the Federal Road Safety Corps traffic wardens were seen controlling vehicular traffic.
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