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Beautiful woman dies while chasing her cheating husband and his mistress

The unnamed woman, who is thought to be a prominent singer in the country, is reported to have seen her spouse with another woman, and when the husband became aware of the situation, he opted to leave as quickly as possible.

The Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Cross River, Maikano Hassan, has confirmed a lone incident that resulted in the death of a middle-aged woman in Calabar on Sunday. The woman was pursuing her husband because she believed he was having an affair with another woman.
When asked by journalists on Sunday evening, the Sector Commander stated that excessive speed was the root of the problem that led to the tragedy.

According to him, a fatal accident involving a Toyota Highlander that took place on the Muritala Mohammed Highway in Calabar resulted in the death of the vehicle’s sole female driver when she drove off the highway and into a ditch next to the roadway.

The following are his exact words: “Although the woman was promptly rushed to a nearby hospital, however it was claimed that she died few minutes later due to the damage experienced from the incident.”

When it was discovered that the woman had lost control of her vehicle and died as a result of the accident, it was believed that she was pursuing her husband, who was believed to be in the company of a “side chick” in his automobile, at the time of the incident.

When the woman tried to block her husband’s car with the Toyota Highlander she was driving, sources disclosed that she saw her husband leaving the SPAR shopping Mall in the company of another woman. This occurred while she was attempting to block her husband’s car.

Beautiful woman dies while chasing her cheating husband

“According to reports, her husband successfully drove his vehicle around the attempted roadblock and made his way along the Murtala Muhammed highway while his wife gave chase in hot pursuit.

“In an effort to outrun her husband, she lost control of the speeding vehicle, veered off the road, and slammed the vehicle, head on, into a tree, causing the vehicle to sustain damage that could not be repaired and also causing her own death,” a source said. “She also died in the accident.”

Here is a list of the vehicles that have the highest risk of being involved in a collision in South Africa

According to a recent study conducted by the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC), the Volkswagen Polo, the Toyota Hilux, and the Toyota Quantum are the three models of vehicles that have the highest risk of being involved in an accident that results in a fatality in South Africa.

According to the RTMC, these models were also responsible for as much as 35 percent of all violations relating to speeding. It is important to note that all three models are among the most popular automobiles currently on the road. The first model has been the best-selling automobile for more than a decade, and the second and third models are used as public transportation vehicles by more than 10 million commuters each and every day.

According to the Road Traffic Management Center (RTMC), which is an Agency within the Department of Transportation (DoT), the purpose of the report is to contribute information to road safety programs concerning the “kind of vehicle” that is involved in fatal collisions.

Data on fatal crashes that were recorded on the RTMC National Crash Data Management System (NCDMS) system were used in the analysis. This covered a time span of 1,369 days, 46 months, or 3.8 years and began on October 1, 2017 and ended on June 30, 2021. During this time period, there were a total of 48,330 vehicles that were involved in 37,583 fatal accidents, which resulted in 45,232 fatalities and had a severity rating of 1.203 in terms of deaths per accident.

During the course of the investigation, almost 1,400 distinct NaTIS motor vehicle brands were discovered. According to RTMC, Toyota was the brand of vehicle that was involved in the most fatal accidents, accounting for 30.8% of all fatal accidents that occurred during the time period of the study. Volkswagen came in second place. In the aggregate, these two brands of automobiles were involved in 46.7% of all fatal accidents.

These two car manufacturers were also responsible for the vast majority of speeding violations, accounting for 36% of all citations for speeding violations issued between 1 January 2019 and 30 June 2021.

According to the RTMC, “Even though not acceptable, considering that Toyota Quantum and Toyota Hiace vehicles are on road on a semi-full-time basis and travel more million vehicle kilometers compared to other vehicle models and would thus be exposed to more on-road conflict situations and/or to driver fatigue, one could expect more fatal crashes for this type of classes.” “Even though not acceptable, considering that Toyota Quantum and Toyota Hiace vehicles are on road on a semi-full-time basis and travel more

“The high SIs for especially public transport type vehicles like the Toyota Quantum and Toyota Hiace models is, however, unacceptable and needs to be addressed,” it said. “The high SIs for especially public transport type vehicles like the Toyota Quantum and Toyota Hiace models.”

A visual illustration of the over/under-representation for each of the vehicle makes and models for fatal crashes and SIs vs total vehicle population shows that the Toyota Quantum vehicles are overrepresented by 9% on SIs and by 2.9% for all fatal crashes vs TVP, which the report notes are a cause for serious concern. Another visual illustration of the over/under-representation for each of the vehicle makes and models for fatal crashes and SIs vs total vehicle population shows that the Honda Accord vehicles

The percentage of Volkswagen Polo vehicles involved in fatal accidents is within one percent of the TVP, although they are overrepresented by four and a half percent when compared to the TVP.

Other over- or under-representations that are noteworthy include an over-representation of 3.2% for vehicles in the BMW 3 Series and a 1.9% over-representation for vehicles in the Mercedes-Benz W2 Series, respectively, for SIs.

“The rationale for the over/under-representation needs to be further analyzed per province/metro in order to provide better intelligence,” stated the RTMC. “This will help provide a more complete picture.” According to what it said, “a more concerted effort to enforce traffic laws or a greater emphasis on speed over distance could alleviate overrepresentation in SIs.”

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