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An officer of the Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, crushed two of his colleagues to death in a tragic accident on the Lagos-Badagry Expressway on Saturday.

According to Punch, the two victims, who were in a Toyota Camry with the number plate, YLA 121BJ, were at a checkpoint when they were crushed by their colleague, who drove a Toyota Avalon, with number plate, YAB 366 JY.

The three officials were reportedly attached to the Seme Border Command Lagos.

The two customs officers died on the spot while the driver of the Avalon was said to be unconscious at the Intensive Care Unit of the Badagry General Hospital, where he was receiving treatment.

Officials of the Federal Road Safety Corps, led by the Badagry unit Commander, Fatai Bakare, deposited the remains of the deceased in a morgue, according to the report.

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The customs unit commander, Bakare, said the accident was caused by speeding.

He said, “The customs officers were inside their vehicle at one of the checkpoints on the Lagos – Seme Road.

“The driver of the Avalon was on top speed when he crashed into them. He veered off the road and rammed into them.

“The two customs officers died on the spot, while the man responsible for the accident is in a coma.”

The Public Relations Officer of the NCS, Seme Command, Saidu Abdulahi, also confirmed the incident and identified the deceased as Usman and Kabiru.

He said that the driver of the Avalon was a customs officer and identified him as George.

He said, “On Saturday, July 14, 2018, I received reports of an incident involving three officers of the Seme Area Command at Gbaji checkpoint.

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“Usman and Kabiru were involved in a ghastly motor accident which resulted in their fatalities.

“The driver of the other vehicle, George, is currently on admission at a general hospital.”

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