Lagos driver survived after car lost control & somersaulted


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A man has been said to have luckily survived a ghastly car accident in FESTAC town after his car lost control, destroyed an electric pole and even somersaulted. See the pictures below!

A terrible car accident was reported to have occurred earlier this week at FESTAC town in Lagos state and it was said to have involved an SUV which ran into one electric pole in the area.


Toyota Venza SUV lost control and somersaulted after a driver hit an electric pole in FESTAC Town, Lagos

According to reports reaching us at Naijauto, the man that drove this car luckily escaped death even though the vehicle reportedly lost control and also somersaulted. The driver was also reported to have been driving the white-painted Toyota Venza SUV at very high-speed before running into a pole carrying electrical wires.

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Driver escapes death as Toyota Venza SUV somersaulted in FESTAC Town, Lagos

The reports record that the incident happened at 21 Road in FESTAC around G1 close and got many residents really baffled as it was quite nothing that anyone could ever imagine. But fortunately, both the drivers and all bystanders didn’t get hurt nor was there any life lost.

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Oluwaseun Solomon is a prolific and diligent automobile writer at He's also an experienced digital marketer and a creative multimedia developer that specializes in video editing. He currently contributes informative and easy to read articles on topics covering transportation, traffic updates, auto industry updates, and different car reviews.
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