By Aboyi Lawson, Oghara
A Toyota Camry popularly known as spider with registration no: GRA- 191 SG last night was burnt to ashes along the Western Delta University road in Oghara, Delta State.
According to our correspondent, the car caught fire after an accident occurred at 8:30pm in the lonely road when no one was passing by.
Information gathered said the vehicle was on a high speed approaching the University campus when it ran into a pot hole that led to the accident.
After the accident occurred, the owner called for help but no one was available at the scene to render help, and that was how the car was watched burnt to ashes.
It was a sad evening and a nightmare to the car owner although, no death was recorded.
The car was said to be conveying 2 boys and a girl from a nearby village to Oghara main town.
At the time of filing this report, we were yet to identify the owner of the vehicle because he had left the scene before our correspondent arrived.
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