An accident happened along the Lagos Ibadan Expressway on Saturday 31st March 2018, with about 11 people had various injuries.
However, the Federal Road Safety Corps deployed to the accident scenario of the accident to rescue the accident victims have displayed a rare form of honesty and bravery.
They not only rescued the victims but they also took them to the hospital for emergency treatment, the officer at the same time was able to recover a huge sum of money at the accident scene and this was returned in full to the family of the owner.
According to reports coming from the area, there were no casualties, but 9 of the passengers comprising 3 Male adult and 6 Female adult had several degrees of injuries.
It was also reported that the cause of the accident was a tyre deflated as the bus which traveled on a very high speed, which made the bus driver lost control of the bus.
The injured victims were taken to Ifeoluwa hospital Ogunmakin for medical treatment and the road obstruction cleared.
The belongings of the victims were later conveyed to Federal Road Safety Corps Command at KM 27 at OgunMakin where on routine documentation the sum of Two Million Ninety-six thousand seven hundred and seventy naira only N2,096,770.00 was recovered.
Upon diligent investigation a female passenger of the crashed bus by name Mrs. Asabi Adenike, of Ibadan, who sustained injuries and undergoing medical attention was identified as the owner of the bag containing the recovered money.
The Road Safety officer in charge of the patrol that rescued the victims, who chose not to give his name maintained that that was the right thing to do. according to him, their job is not just to save the lives of commuters involved in road mishaps, but to also ensure that their properties are safe in their custody.
Upon contacting her relatives, she authorized that the FRSC hands over the recovered money to her mother Mrs. Bisola Adedeji.