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    Car Runs Into Crowd in Nigeria Leaving 11 People Killed, 30 Injured - Reports

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    MOSCOW (Sputnik) - At least 11 people were killed, while 30 more were wounded as a car driven by a police officer drove into a crowd in Nigeria, local media reported, citing police.

    The Nation newspaper reported that the driver lost control of his car and rammed into a procession celebrating Easter in the Nigerian northeastern state of Gombe. The driver was killed in the accident.

    ​An inspector-general of the local police ordered to launch a speedy and comprehensive investigation into the accident. according to the newspaper.

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