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  •  Traders at the popular Building Materials market in Onitsha Anambra have lauded the Anambra State fire service for prompt response in tackling the possible out break of fire from a gas leakage in the area The traders made the commendation while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday on the averted incident in Onitsha A trader Mr Donatus Odozia said the prompt intervention of the state fire service was the saving grace to what happened in Onitsha on Tuesday According to him if not for the prompt intervention of the state fire service I don t know what would have happened yesterday They were the saving grace The loss of lives and property would have been so huge on the state and the people of this area Thank God the gas leakage did not ignite to fire I really want to appreciate them for the adequate response to what could have been a very ugly incident yesterday he said A vulcanizer Mr Alex Nonso lauded the effect of the Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC Anambra Command for mobilizing its team quickly to the scene of the incident First and foremost we have God Almighty to thank for saving us all here yesterday if not for God we would have been counting our losses The road safety immediately started diverting vehicles to other routes and controlling the ones here and they towed the tanker away from here for free vehicular movement Another trader Mrs Barbara Nwanyinkwo said that God at every point in time protect His children thanking God the incident did not happen at night The Public Relations Officer PRO of the FRSC command in the state Mrs Margaret Onabe while speaking on the incident said that FRSC personnel were on ground when the incident happened and they immediately diverted vehicles to other routes On his part the state Fire Chief Anambra Fire Service Mr Martin Agbili warned residents to always avert such areas when such situations arise saying that they would definitely deployed personnel to intervene in the situation My advice to the people is to immediately evaluate the premises when such incidents happen we are trained personnel they are not nbsp NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Gas leakage: Traders laud Fire Service, FRSC for averting disaster in Onitsha
     Traders at the popular Building Materials market in Onitsha Anambra have lauded the Anambra State fire service for prompt response in tackling the possible out break of fire from a gas leakage in the area The traders made the commendation while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday on the averted incident in Onitsha A trader Mr Donatus Odozia said the prompt intervention of the state fire service was the saving grace to what happened in Onitsha on Tuesday According to him if not for the prompt intervention of the state fire service I don t know what would have happened yesterday They were the saving grace The loss of lives and property would have been so huge on the state and the people of this area Thank God the gas leakage did not ignite to fire I really want to appreciate them for the adequate response to what could have been a very ugly incident yesterday he said A vulcanizer Mr Alex Nonso lauded the effect of the Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC Anambra Command for mobilizing its team quickly to the scene of the incident First and foremost we have God Almighty to thank for saving us all here yesterday if not for God we would have been counting our losses The road safety immediately started diverting vehicles to other routes and controlling the ones here and they towed the tanker away from here for free vehicular movement Another trader Mrs Barbara Nwanyinkwo said that God at every point in time protect His children thanking God the incident did not happen at night The Public Relations Officer PRO of the FRSC command in the state Mrs Margaret Onabe while speaking on the incident said that FRSC personnel were on ground when the incident happened and they immediately diverted vehicles to other routes On his part the state Fire Chief Anambra Fire Service Mr Martin Agbili warned residents to always avert such areas when such situations arise saying that they would definitely deployed personnel to intervene in the situation My advice to the people is to immediately evaluate the premises when such incidents happen we are trained personnel they are not nbsp NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Gas leakage: Traders laud Fire Service, FRSC for averting disaster in Onitsha
    Economy4 months ago

    Gas leakage: Traders laud Fire Service, FRSC for averting disaster in Onitsha

    Traders at the popular Building Materials market in Onitsha, Anambra, have lauded the Anambra State fire service for prompt response in tackling the possible out break of fire from a gas leakage in the area.The traders made the commendation while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday on the averted incident in Onitsha.A trader, Mr Donatus Odozia, said the prompt intervention of the state fire service was the saving grace to what happened in Onitsha on Tuesday.According to him, if not for the prompt intervention of the state fire service, I don’t know what would have happened yesterday.They were the saving grace.“The loss of lives and property would have been so huge on the state and the people of this area.Thank God the gas leakage did not ignite to fire.“I really want to appreciate them for the adequate response to what could have been a very ugly incident yesterday,” he said.A vulcanizer, Mr Alex Nonso, lauded the effect of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Anambra Command for mobilizing its team quickly to the scene of the incident .“First and foremost, we have God Almighty to thank for saving us all here yesterday, if not for God, we would have been counting our losses.“The road safety immediately started diverting vehicles to other routes and controlling the ones here, and they towed the tanker away from here for free vehicular movement,”.Another trader, Mrs Barbara Nwanyinkwo, said that God at every point in time protect His children, thanking God the incident did not happen at night.The Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the FRSC command in the state, Mrs Margaret Onabe, while speaking on the incident, said that FRSC personnel were on ground when the incident happened and they immediately diverted vehicles to other routes.On his part, the state Fire Chief, Anambra Fire Service, Mr Martin Agbili, warned residents to always avert such areas when such situations arise, saying that they would definitely deployed personnel to intervene in the situation.“My advice to the people is to immediately evaluate the premises when such incidents happen, we are trained personnel, they are not. NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  The Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC in Onitsha has confirmed the evacuation of a leaking tanker conveying cooking gas on the Onitsha Awka and Awka Onitsha Express Way The Public Relations Officer of the FRSC Onitsha Mrs Margaret Onabe told the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday The articulated tanker had a gas leakage Because of this there was a gridlock on the Onitsha Awka and Awka Onitsha and environs With the removal smooth vehicular movement is gradually reducing and normal traffic flow is expected in due time she said NAN reports that there was pandemonium on Tuesday on the Onitsha Awka Road by the New Tarzan area Nkpor Anambra as a tanker conveying cooking gas spilled its contents on the road The development which was said to have started at about 10 a m caused a serious gridlock on the ever busy road as the area was cordoned off and vehicles prevented from moving closer to avoid a fire outbreak NAN reports that vehicles going in and out of Onitsha that were caught up around the area stood on standstill for several hours while men of the fire service were on standby to forestall any fire incident Commuters and passengers going in and out of Onitsha alighted from vehicles and started trekking away from the scene of the incident The development caused serious chaotic traffic situation as motorists were advised to use alternative routes even as the routes became almost impassable NAN reports that the The Anambra State Sector Commander FRSC Adeoye Irelewuyi while confirming the incident in a statement said motorists are advised to use alternative routes from Awka enter the road at Nkwelle Junction to burst out at 33 to GRA or Nkpor to burst out at Boromeo roundabout and to Onitsha The men of the FRSC personnel from the RS5 3 Nteje Unit Command who were at the scene completely blocked from both lanes to avoid sudden fire out break The incident happened at a location called Sister which is between the Building Materials and Tarzan Junction where our traffic control personnel are controlling traffic and also observing the situation The driver of the tanker was carrying cooking gas which started leaking and decided to park the truck at that location Meanwhile the gas vapour is still leaking as of this time but the fire service personnel are also on the ground neutralising the area Vehicles other than tankers and trailers diverted from toll gate drove against traffic to the Building Material Junction towards Ogbunike to Old Road the FRSC officials said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    FRSC confirms evacuation of leaking gas tanker in Anambra
     The Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC in Onitsha has confirmed the evacuation of a leaking tanker conveying cooking gas on the Onitsha Awka and Awka Onitsha Express Way The Public Relations Officer of the FRSC Onitsha Mrs Margaret Onabe told the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday The articulated tanker had a gas leakage Because of this there was a gridlock on the Onitsha Awka and Awka Onitsha and environs With the removal smooth vehicular movement is gradually reducing and normal traffic flow is expected in due time she said NAN reports that there was pandemonium on Tuesday on the Onitsha Awka Road by the New Tarzan area Nkpor Anambra as a tanker conveying cooking gas spilled its contents on the road The development which was said to have started at about 10 a m caused a serious gridlock on the ever busy road as the area was cordoned off and vehicles prevented from moving closer to avoid a fire outbreak NAN reports that vehicles going in and out of Onitsha that were caught up around the area stood on standstill for several hours while men of the fire service were on standby to forestall any fire incident Commuters and passengers going in and out of Onitsha alighted from vehicles and started trekking away from the scene of the incident The development caused serious chaotic traffic situation as motorists were advised to use alternative routes even as the routes became almost impassable NAN reports that the The Anambra State Sector Commander FRSC Adeoye Irelewuyi while confirming the incident in a statement said motorists are advised to use alternative routes from Awka enter the road at Nkwelle Junction to burst out at 33 to GRA or Nkpor to burst out at Boromeo roundabout and to Onitsha The men of the FRSC personnel from the RS5 3 Nteje Unit Command who were at the scene completely blocked from both lanes to avoid sudden fire out break The incident happened at a location called Sister which is between the Building Materials and Tarzan Junction where our traffic control personnel are controlling traffic and also observing the situation The driver of the tanker was carrying cooking gas which started leaking and decided to park the truck at that location Meanwhile the gas vapour is still leaking as of this time but the fire service personnel are also on the ground neutralising the area Vehicles other than tankers and trailers diverted from toll gate drove against traffic to the Building Material Junction towards Ogbunike to Old Road the FRSC officials said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    FRSC confirms evacuation of leaking gas tanker in Anambra
    General news4 months ago

    FRSC confirms evacuation of leaking gas tanker in Anambra

    The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Onitsha has confirmed the evacuation of a leaking tanker conveying cooking gas on the Onitsha- Awka and Awka- Onitsha- Express Way. The Public Relations Officer of the FRSC, Onitsha, Mrs Margaret Onabe, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday.

    ”The articulated tanker had a gas leakage.

    Because of this, there was a gridlock on the Onitsha- Awka and Awka- Onitsha and environs. 

    ”With the removal, smooth vehicular movement is gradually reducing and normal traffic flow is expected in due time,” she said.

    NAN reports that there was pandemonium on Tuesday on the Onitsha-Awka Road by the New Tarzan area, Nkpor, Anambra as a tanker conveying cooking gas spilled its contents on the road.

    The development, which was said to have started at about 10 a.

    m. caused a serious gridlock on the ever-busy road as the area was cordoned off and vehicles prevented from moving closer to avoid a fire outbreak.

    NAN reports that vehicles going in and out of Onitsha that were caught up around the area stood on standstill for several hours while men of the fire service were on standby to forestall any fire incident.

    Commuters and passengers going in and out of Onitsha alighted from vehicles and started trekking away from the scene of the incident.

    The development caused serious chaotic traffic situation as motorists were advised to use alternative routes, even as the routes became almost impassable.

    NAN reports that the The Anambra State Sector Commander, FRSC,  Adeoye Irelewuyi, while confirming the incident in a statement, said, “motorists are advised to use alternative routes from Awka, enter the road at Nkwelle Junction to burst out at 33 to GRA or Nkpor to burst out at Boromeo roundabout and to Onitsha.

    ” The men of the FRSC personnel from the RS5.3 Nteje Unit Command, who were at the scene completely blocked from both lanes to avoid sudden fire out break.

    “The incident happened at a location called Sister,  which is between the Building Materials and Tarzan Junction where our traffic control personnel are controlling traffic and also observing the situation.

    “The driver of the tanker was carrying cooking gas which started leaking and decided to park the truck at that location.

    “Meanwhile, the gas vapour is still leaking as of this time, but the fire service personnel are also on the ground neutralising the area.

    “Vehicles other than tankers and trailers diverted from toll gate drove against traffic to the Building Material Junction towards Ogbunike to Old Road,” the FRSC officials said. 


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  The Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC in Onitsha has confirmed the evacuation of a leaking tanker conveying cooking gas on the Onitsha Awka and Awka Onitsha Express Way The Public Relations Officer of the FRSC Onitsha Mrs Margaret Onabe told the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday The articulated tanker had a gas leakage Because of this there was a gridlock on the Onitsha Awka and Awka Onitsha and environs With the removal smooth vehicular movement is gradually reducing and normal traffic flow is expected in due time she said NAN reports that there was pandemonium on Tuesday on the Onitsha Awka Road by the New Tarzan area Nkpor Anambra as a tanker conveying cooking gas spilled its contents on the road The development which was said to have started at about 10 a m caused a serious gridlock on the ever busy road as the area was cordoned off and vehicles prevented from moving closer to avoid a fire outbreak NAN reports that vehicles going in and out of Onitsha that were caught up around the area stood on standstill for several hours while men of the fire service were on standby to forestall any fire incident Commuters and passengers going in and out of Onitsha alighted from vehicles and started trekking away from the scene of the incident The development caused serious chaotic traffic situation as motorists were advised to use alternative routes even as the routes became almost impassable NAN reports that the The Anambra State Sector Commander FRSC Adeoye Irelewuyi while confirming the incident in a statement said motorists are advised to use alternative routes from Awka enter the road at Nkwelle Junction to burst out at 33 to GRA or Nkpor to burst out at Boromeo roundabout and to Onitsha The men of the FRSC personnel from the RS5 3 Nteje Unit Command who were at the scene completely blocked from both lanes to avoid sudden fire out break The incident happened at a location called Sister which is between the Building Materials and Tarzan Junction where our traffic control personnel are controlling traffic and also observing the situation The driver of the tanker was carrying cooking gas which started leaking and decided to park the truck at that location Meanwhile the gas vapour is still leaking as of this time but the fire service personnel are also on the ground neutralising the area Vehicles other than tankers and trailers diverted from toll gate drove against traffic to the Building Material Junction towards Ogbunike to Old Road the FRSC officials said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    FRSC confirms evacuation of leaking gas tanker in Anambra
     The Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC in Onitsha has confirmed the evacuation of a leaking tanker conveying cooking gas on the Onitsha Awka and Awka Onitsha Express Way The Public Relations Officer of the FRSC Onitsha Mrs Margaret Onabe told the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday The articulated tanker had a gas leakage Because of this there was a gridlock on the Onitsha Awka and Awka Onitsha and environs With the removal smooth vehicular movement is gradually reducing and normal traffic flow is expected in due time she said NAN reports that there was pandemonium on Tuesday on the Onitsha Awka Road by the New Tarzan area Nkpor Anambra as a tanker conveying cooking gas spilled its contents on the road The development which was said to have started at about 10 a m caused a serious gridlock on the ever busy road as the area was cordoned off and vehicles prevented from moving closer to avoid a fire outbreak NAN reports that vehicles going in and out of Onitsha that were caught up around the area stood on standstill for several hours while men of the fire service were on standby to forestall any fire incident Commuters and passengers going in and out of Onitsha alighted from vehicles and started trekking away from the scene of the incident The development caused serious chaotic traffic situation as motorists were advised to use alternative routes even as the routes became almost impassable NAN reports that the The Anambra State Sector Commander FRSC Adeoye Irelewuyi while confirming the incident in a statement said motorists are advised to use alternative routes from Awka enter the road at Nkwelle Junction to burst out at 33 to GRA or Nkpor to burst out at Boromeo roundabout and to Onitsha The men of the FRSC personnel from the RS5 3 Nteje Unit Command who were at the scene completely blocked from both lanes to avoid sudden fire out break The incident happened at a location called Sister which is between the Building Materials and Tarzan Junction where our traffic control personnel are controlling traffic and also observing the situation The driver of the tanker was carrying cooking gas which started leaking and decided to park the truck at that location Meanwhile the gas vapour is still leaking as of this time but the fire service personnel are also on the ground neutralising the area Vehicles other than tankers and trailers diverted from toll gate drove against traffic to the Building Material Junction towards Ogbunike to Old Road the FRSC officials said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    FRSC confirms evacuation of leaking gas tanker in Anambra
    General news4 months ago

    FRSC confirms evacuation of leaking gas tanker in Anambra

    The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Onitsha has confirmed the evacuation of a leaking tanker conveying cooking gas on the Onitsha- Awka and Awka- Onitsha- Express Way. The Public Relations Officer of the FRSC, Onitsha, Mrs Margaret Onabe, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday.

    ”The articulated tanker had a gas leakage.

    Because of this, there was a gridlock on the Onitsha- Awka and Awka- Onitsha and environs. 

    ”With the removal, smooth vehicular movement is gradually reducing and normal traffic flow is expected in due time,” she said.

    NAN reports that there was pandemonium on Tuesday on the Onitsha-Awka Road by the New Tarzan area, Nkpor, Anambra as a tanker conveying cooking gas spilled its contents on the road.

    The development, which was said to have started at about 10 a.

    m. caused a serious gridlock on the ever-busy road as the area was cordoned off and vehicles prevented from moving closer to avoid a fire outbreak.

    NAN reports that vehicles going in and out of Onitsha that were caught up around the area stood on standstill for several hours while men of the fire service were on standby to forestall any fire incident.

    Commuters and passengers going in and out of Onitsha alighted from vehicles and started trekking away from the scene of the incident.

    The development caused serious chaotic traffic situation as motorists were advised to use alternative routes, even as the routes became almost impassable.

    NAN reports that the The Anambra State Sector Commander, FRSC,  Adeoye Irelewuyi, while confirming the incident in a statement, said, “motorists are advised to use alternative routes from Awka, enter the road at Nkwelle Junction to burst out at 33 to GRA or Nkpor to burst out at Boromeo roundabout and to Onitsha.

    ” The men of the FRSC personnel from the RS5.3 Nteje Unit Command, who were at the scene completely blocked from both lanes to avoid sudden fire out break.

    “The incident happened at a location called Sister,  which is between the Building Materials and Tarzan Junction where our traffic control personnel are controlling traffic and also observing the situation.

    “The driver of the tanker was carrying cooking gas which started leaking and decided to park the truck at that location.

    “Meanwhile, the gas vapour is still leaking as of this time, but the fire service personnel are also on the ground neutralising the area.

    “Vehicles other than tankers and trailers diverted from toll gate drove against traffic to the Building Material Junction towards Ogbunike to Old Road,” the FRSC officials said. 


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  The Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC in Onitsha has confirmed evacuation of a commercial bus which went up in flames on the Niger Bridge in Onitsha Anambra State The Public Relations Officer of the FRSC Onitsha Mrs Margaret Onabe disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday Onabe noted that the bus went up in flames around 1 30 p m before the arrival of FRSC team which later evacuated it at about 3 00 p m She said that all passengers came out of the bus unhurt adding that the removal of the bus eased the gridlock on both stretch of the bridge She stressed that the fire had been successfully put out saying there was no loss of life and the road was free for use She advised motorists to ensure they serviced their vehicles regularly before putting them on the roads NewsSourceCredit NAN
    FRSC evacuates burnt commercial bus from Niger Bridge 
     The Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC in Onitsha has confirmed evacuation of a commercial bus which went up in flames on the Niger Bridge in Onitsha Anambra State The Public Relations Officer of the FRSC Onitsha Mrs Margaret Onabe disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday Onabe noted that the bus went up in flames around 1 30 p m before the arrival of FRSC team which later evacuated it at about 3 00 p m She said that all passengers came out of the bus unhurt adding that the removal of the bus eased the gridlock on both stretch of the bridge She stressed that the fire had been successfully put out saying there was no loss of life and the road was free for use She advised motorists to ensure they serviced their vehicles regularly before putting them on the roads NewsSourceCredit NAN
    FRSC evacuates burnt commercial bus from Niger Bridge 
    General news4 months ago

    FRSC evacuates burnt commercial bus from Niger Bridge 

    The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Onitsha has confirmed evacuation of a commercial bus which went up in flames on the Niger Bridge in Onitsha, Anambra State.  

    The Public Relations Officer of the FRSC, Onitsha, Mrs Margaret Onabe, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday.  

    Onabe noted that the bus went up in flames around 1:30 p.

    m.

    before the arrival of FRSC team which later evacuated it at about 3:00 p.

    m.   She said that all passengers came out of the bus unhurt, adding that the removal of the bus eased the gridlock on both stretch of the bridge.  

    She stressed that the fire had been successfully put out, saying there was no loss of life and the road was free for use.  

    She advised motorists to ensure they serviced their vehicles regularly before putting them on the roads.  


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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