At least 12 people have died after an overturned oil tanker exploded while people were scooping up the leaking fuel.
Fear As Petrol Tanker Falls, Spills Content in Lagos
Guardian, 4 January 2019
An unusual fear greeted Friday morning in Ikorodu area of Lagos as a tanker bearing petroleum product fell and spilled its content on the road. Read more »
At Least Eight Dead After Nigeria Oil Tanker Explosion
Deutsche Welle, 12 January 2019
Locals fear many more of those who were attempting to scoop up leaking fuel may be dead. At least 22 people were taken to local hospitals with serious burns. Read more »
Petrol Tanker Explodes, Kills 60 People in Calabar
Vanguard, 12 January 2019
No fewer than 60 persons were feared dead yesterday when a tanker loaded with Petroleum product fell and exploded along Odukpani LGA axis of the Ikom-calabar Highway near the… Read more »
A petrol tanker spilt its content along the Lagos-Badagry road between Barracks and Onireke in Ojo Local Government Area of Lagos causing a fire outbreak that destroyed at least 10 ... Read more »
At least 35 people have been killed and dozens injured when a gas tanker exploded in Nasarawa State. Read more »
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