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Thousands of commuters were stranded Wednesday morning when a truck fell at Kara Bus Stop, along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

It was a standstill traffic which lasted for several hours at the both sides of the road. Pupils, workers and traders were stuck in the traffic while thousands of the commuters resorted to trekking to reach their various destinations.

Meanwhile the Federal Road Safety Corps Ogun State Command has called on motoring public that due to multiple breakdowns by trucks at different locations along the Lagos- Ibadan Expressway there is gridlock on some sections of the Expressway.

The most pronounced of the breakdowns occurred with an overloaded truck travelling on speed out of Lagos conveying a container but loss control around the Kara Bridge and crossed the road divider blocking traffic on both sections of the Expressway, impairing traffic into and out of Lagos around the Kara bridge

The situation has affected traffic and the gridlock has snarled from the Kara Bridge towards Ibafo near Mowe and same situation also affecting traffic outward Lagos

Two other obstruction cases occurred earlier this morning and were cleared but the effect still impairing traffic around the Ibafo and Magboro axis up to the Kara construction areas of the corridor

Even though the FRSC assisted by sister traffic, security and emergency agencies,are on ground with recovery vehicles ,but considering the period it could take to restore normalcy ,motorists that as at 0730hrs this morning are yet to depart Abeokuta or Ibadan for Lagos may use alternative corridors from Ogere to Sagamu interchange through Abeokuta to Ifo ,Ota, and Iyana Ipaja to connect into Lagos

The FRSC Sector Commander , Ogun State Command,Clement Oladele has assured the motoring public that the rescue team would remained on scene to restore normalcy and advised motorists already in the traffic to remain calm and resist driving against traffic , till normalcy is restored

For traffic emergency ,please call the FRSC toll free number 122 or contact the National Traffic Radio through