Breaking News: Angry Motorcyclists Allegedly Burnt a Nissan Patrol Jeep in Paynesville


Some aggrieved motorcyclists have allegedly set ablaze a four-door Nissan Patrol Jeep in Paynesville, Montserrado County reports Spoon TV.

The tragic incidence occurred at about 10: 25 PM on Thursday night, 16 September around the SKD Boulevard area in Paynesville.

Accordingly, the motorcyclists alleged mob-action was in response to a reported accident involving the vehicle in question and 3 motorcyclists in Bus Town on Thursday night.

Following the tragic incidence, the driver then set out to escape for survival something which caused the angry cyclists to chase after the vehicle.

Unfortunately, the runaway vehicle was eventually captured by the cyclists in Paynesville.

The aggrieved motorcyclists immediately set ablaze the car and burned it down to ashes.

Liberia National Fire Service personnel subsequently made some efforts to control the fire, but before they could reach the incidence scene, things were already out of hand with the vehicle being burnt down completely beyond repair.

Meanwhile, the driver yet to be identified luckily made his way out of the hands of the angry motorcyclists according to some passer-by and eyewitnesses.

However, it is not yet clear whether the 3 persons reportedly hit by the Nissan Patrol Jeep in Bus Town are all still alive or dead.

Though the incidence caused havoc and instilled fear in citizens,but the Liberia National Police (LNP) took siege of the situation and put things under control.

As it stands, there has been no arrest made so far or any trace of the alleged perpetrators or the driver who is said to have escaped for his life.