See Photos Of Bus Carrying Goods Burning On 3rd Mainland Bridge

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A Lagos commercial vehicle transporting bales of clothing goods went up in flames on the third mainland bridge at around 4pm today, June 15 2015
The owner of the vehicle – a mercedes van which had Lagos Number plate AGL 914 XP – said the vehicle started emanating smoke from the rear and shortly after burst into flames.

The vehicle was in a huge ball of flames, where it had stopped towards the start of the bridge when driving towards the Island.

The time of day meant the heavy flow of traffic was on the other side of the bridge, nevertheless the traffic was backed up because vehicles passing were constrained to one lane by the fierce flames and thick smoke.

 

Source: Afrospiral

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