The sector commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), in Cross River, Maikano Hassan, has confirmed a lone incident that killed a middle-aged woman in Calabar on Sunday, September 18, who was in a hot chase of her husband over his “mistress.”
Telescope.ng reports that the sector commander, who spoke with the Vanguard Sunday night, said the incident was caused by overspeeding.
He said the incident involving a Toyota Highlander on the Muritala Mohammed Highway in Calabar claimed the life of the lone female driver who veered off the road into a ditch by the road.
His words: “Though the woman was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital, but she was said to have died few minutes later due to the injury sustained from the incident.”
Vanguard gathered that the woman was said to be in pursuit of her husband, who was alleged to be with a “side chick” in his car, when she lost control of her vehicle, killing herself in the process.
A source who didn’t want her name in print told Vanguard that a woman sighted her husband leaving SPAR shopping Mall in the company of another female when she tried to block her husband’s car with the Toyota Highlander she was driving in.
The source reportedly revealed: “Her husband was said to have manoeuvred his vehicle out of the attempted blockade then took the Murtala Muhammed highway, with his wife in serious pursuit.
“In a bid to outrun her husband, she lost control of the speeding vehicle, veered off the road and slammed the vehicle, head long, into a tree, damaging the vehicle beyond repairs and also killing herself.”