How Police Officers' Insistence on Bribe Led to Death of 18 People and Destruction of Vehicles (Photos)

 An eye witness report of how two Police officers' plea for bribe & yams at Sango/Lagos Toll gate led to death of 18 passengers and damaged 12 vehicles. May the souls of the departed rest in peace.
At around 11:30pm last night, a tragic incident occured at the Sango/Lagos toll gate.
A reporter who was at the scene this morning shared some photos from the scene, she also spoke with some of the eyewitnesses and they narrated how the fatal accident which involved a Dangote truck, a white bus carrying Yam and 10 vehicles occured.
 An eyewitness who is one of the bread sellers by the side of the road told KFB;
"There was no traffic, I was about packing up when the two policemen on duty flagged down a white bus. They asked the driver to park and they went to check what he was carrying. The woman beside the driver now explained to them that they were carrying tubers of yam for her daughter's wedding holding this Thursday. Truly, when the officers checked the boot, they saw the many yams and asked the driver to give them something but the man was saying he didn't have anything to give. 
"All this while, traffic was already piling upbecause the white bus was at the centre of the road and the other side of the road was bad. While arguing, a Dangote truck was speeding forth, the driver was horning because the brake of the truck had failed. By the time I could say Jack, the truck had crushed the cars that were lined up behind the bus including the bus...I left my goods and ran away"
Confirming the account, another trader whose wooden shop was destroyed in the tragic incident said;
"The accident was terrible indeed. I am still in shock cos I could have died too. The policemen ran away, they have not showed up today. The woman and the driver were badly injured, we brought out about 18 bodies from the destroyed vehicles on the road and in the ditch this morning. Nothing happened to the Dangote truck driver,"she said.
See all the photos below;