I thought that crazy things happen onlynin south Africa until I came across the story of a reckless driver who killed people with his car and still tried to run away. Before I continue with today's topic, I want you to know that when you're driving and you mistakenly hit someone, the best thing you can do is to take them to the hospital as soon as possible, who knows, maybe they are still alive.
Many strange news are trending on social media platforms everyday, but today, a particular scary news is making the headline on all news site, according to a story posted by a reputable source stated that a reckless driver hit three people to death in Ogun state Nigeria, and still tried to run away unfortunately for him his car grumbled with in a minute if the incident and he was caught by the people available when the tragic scene happened.
In a video that was recorded, you can see the driver's car up side down while the residents gathered to beat him mercilessly. This particular news has been trending on all social media platforms and some of the people have given their own share of the story, some said the driver was right, he maybe visiting the nearest police station to avoid getting killed while some insisted that he was heartless for trying to get away with murder.
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For me, I don't know how it's done in Nigeria, but here in South Africa, when a driver mistakenly hit someone to death, he tries every possible way to solve the situation, running away isn't the best option, therefore, I think the driver should be arrested immediately.
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