At least 23 people were killed after a petrol tanker lost control and rammed into five cars, three tricycles, and two motorcycles before overturning and catching fire on a busy road in Nigeria’s central state of Kogi. Al Jazeera reports that it reportedly fell on one of the five cars carrying a family, crushing them to death before bursting into flames, while the Kogi State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corporation confirmed that one child survived with injuries but that the occupants/drivers of the 10 vehicles involved were all killed. The Federal Road Safety Corps meanwhile said that nine children were involved in the accident, which happened opposite a petrol station along the highway.