While Nollywood actress, Shan George and her family continue to mourn the lose of her younger sister in a ghastly accident along the Ugep/Ediba road, just days ago, www.calitown.com reporters in the area have information about how the accident happened.
“Boss, the lady was travelling in a motorcycle. The speeding bike overtook wrongly and ran into an equally speeding vehicle. The motorcyclist and the lady, on impact, flew off the bike with the cyclist striking the windshield. The fair lady fell and completely broke her right leg and had a deep cut on her head. They didn’t die instantly, but died because medical help didn’t get to them on time. You can even imagine that it wasn’t any emergency service that picked them up, but the police. The lady and the motorcyclist were conveyed in a rickety van by five policemen to the General Hospital, Ugep, mortuary. Contrary to reports that she died on the Ikom/Calabar highway, we can confirm that she died on the Ugep/Ediba road,” our reporter wrote.
Shan George’s deceased sister, identified as Queen, “was carrying at the accident scene, a badly damaged smart phone and cash believed to be around N50,000, drawn from one of the banks in Ugep. We followed them until the corpses were deposited in the morgue”, the reporter concluded.
A grieving Shan has since shared a video of herself and her sister, shot during the just concluded Calabar Festival. The family is yet to announce Queen’s burial date.
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