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Cameroon: Two trucks carrying military cadets have collided at Olembe-Yaoundé

Media reports say two military tucks transporting newly recruited pupil gendarmes to a training camp have overturned at Olembé on the outskirts of Yaoundé leaving several people with injuries.

The accident occurred at about 3pm local time.Three military trucks moving in a convoy, transporting new recruits collided and one of the 3 overturned.


The main cause of collision is a brake failure of one of the vehicles, which had no choice but to impale on the vehicles ahead of it  inorder to brake its course.

The convoy was descending a hill when the accident occurred. At the moment there is no loss of human life but many serious injuries.

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