Tragic! Beautiful young pregnant lady killed in car accident in Imo state

Tragic! Beautiful young pregnant lady killed in car accident in Imo state

A beautiful young woman identified as Oluchi Sylverline Nzurike has lost her life in a fatal car accident on Sunday, in Isinweke Ihitte/Uboma local government area of Imo State.

The young woman who was said to be pregnant reportedly died on the spot – her corpse has been deposited at a nearby hospital mortuary.

Tragic! Beautiful young pregnant lady killed in car accident in Imo stateTragic! Beautiful young pregnant lady killed in car accident in Imo stateTragic! Beautiful young pregnant lady killed in car accident in Imo stateTragic! Beautiful young pregnant lady killed in car accident in Imo state

Oluchi’s friends and family members have taken to Facebook to mourn her death.

“Sad News #RIP olu
Oluchi I still can’t believe dis #ARIRI
So u are gone like Dat, olu my sister
only God knows the best
#RIP I will never forget u #olu” One wrote.

Her sister, Destiny Chukwudi said she spoke to her ten minutes before the accident.

“I was about to eat when I heard of your death, I never believed it because I spoke to her 10 minutes ago, till my fiance called and said to me honey my elder sister is dead .What a world, I wish all this was just a dream or a drama, but is real. (15-4-2018 6:26pm)will never depart from my heart. Rest in peace dear Oluchi till we meet to part no more.”

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