TWO NIGERIANS DEAD AND TWO INJURED IN ROAD ACCIDENT NEAR MONTECASINO

TWO NIGERIANS DEAD AND TWO INJURED IN ROAD ACCIDENT NEAR MONTECASINO

Nnamdi and Monday died and two other people were injured in a road crash near Montecasino on William Nicol in Johannesburg last night. Paramedics and Johannesburg Metro Police Department officers arrived on the scene shortly after the crash.

Reports from the scene indicated that four people were in the vehicle before a bus drove into them leaving Nnamdi and Monday dead on the scene and two other passengers with injuries. The wreckage was very fatal that paramedics had to use the jaw of life to remove the occupants.

We also learned that the driver of the bus fled the scene after the accident.

Nnamdi was watching the England and Colombia match at a viewing center in Randburg with friends until he decided it was time to go home. Austin was one of the friends who rushed to the scene when they were called that Nnamdi was in an accident.

“Nnamdi is a very good guy, chilled and easy,” Austin said.

It is a sad moment for the Nigerian community, Nnamdi and Monday will be remembered for their good characters and loving attitude.

Nnamdi and Monday

Nnamdi and Monday

 

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