Nigerians Críes As Bus Crushes Pretty Nigerian Woman To Death In The United States

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Friend and family of a Nigerian woman living in the United States Damilola Matuluko was thrown into mourning following her sudden death.

The reports that a metro bus driver ran over Matuluko and killed her in Houston, Texas, last Friday morning while walking to her place of work, City of Houston Human Resources.

According to local media, the woman was in the crosswalk and was signalled to go before the impatient driver rammed her over.

“The video we’ve been able to review so far indicates the pedestrian was in the crosswalk. The pedestrian had a walk signal, so it appears the pedestrian was legal in crossing the street at the time,” a statement credited to a Metro police, Lt. Tim McClelland, as reported by Fox26, a US-based news medium, explained.

The police faulted the driver for not waiting for the 32-year-old to cross before knocking her down.

“I’m told anytime something like this happens, the driver is immediately taken for drug and alcohol testing to check for any possible impairment,” McClelland added.

While mourning her death, a statement that was also credited to Jane Cheeks, a director from the deceased’s workplace, read, “Damilola Matuluko joined the City of Houston HR Operations Employee Relations team in December 2023, supporting the Houston Public Works Department.

“Although Damilola had only been with the HR Department for a short time, she had become a beloved and impactful team member. She will be sincerely missed by her colleagues in the City of Houston.

Meanwhile, a travel agent, who goes by the name Toccanada on Instagram, described the deceased as her school daughter who was “respectful and peaceful”, saying, “You will always be remembered.”

Olanike Bamidele added, “Your name will forever be part of my success in this country. Damilola was a lady with a heart of gold…..Çheck More

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