State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) Mohammed Garba said in the reports that the accident involved two vehicles.
What does FRSC stand for?
FRSC stands for Federal Road Safety Commission (Nigeria)
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- Family Relationships Services Branch
- Fast Response Support Boats
- Feather River State Bank
- Financial Reporting Standards Board
- Flame Retardant Scrim Banner
- Fligh Robotic Systems Branch
- Focus Rear Stowage Box
- Folding Rebounder and Stabilizer Bar
- Fuel Rod Storage Basket (nuclear power)
- Fund Raising Standards Board (UK)
- Federal Road Safety Corps (Nigeria)
- Fédération Romande des Socialistes Chrétiens (Swiss Christian socialist federation)
- Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada
- Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (formerly the Royal Institute of Chemistry)
- Financial Reporting Standards Committee
- Fire and Rescue Service Circular (Wales, UK)
- Free Radio Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz, CA)
- Future Resource Services Corporation
- Frustrated Cargo Product
- Fraser River Sturgeon Conservation Society (British Columbia, Canada; est. 1997)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to dpa, nine others sustained serious injuries, a spokesperson of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) told the News Agency of Nigeria.
The accident took place Wednesday when the truck driver lost control of his vehicle and rammed into an incoming car in the town of Talata Mafara, Lawal Abdullahi, a spokesman for the Federal Road Safety Commission, told AFP.
In the north, 12 people were burned to death when the two vehicles they were travelling in collided and burst into flames at Sabongida-Tasharanda in Bauchi State, an official of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) told AFP.
Kogi state commander of the Federal Road Safety Commission Yomi Asaniyan confirmed the death toll of 55, adding that at least 35 people were also injured in the crash.
Accordingly, as the number of okadas has risen in the past few years so has the number of serious accidents, explains Jonas Agwu, the Lagos sector commander with the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC).