Journalist crushed to death by truck

Journalist crushed to death by truck

Eyewitnesses who watched on in horror as a journalist, Segun Agbolade, was crushed to death by a truck at Apapa, Lagos, are struggling to come to terms with the tragedy.

Agbolade died immediately when the truck hit the Okada he boarded on Wednesday at the busy Apapa.

Read also: HND student crushed to death by trailer in Lagos

The victim, who has a young family and aged-parents, and worked with Sky Times Newspaper before his untimely death died on the spot of the accident that occurred at Trinity Area.

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