Different strokes for different people. This statement aptly describes the scene of last Thursday's plane crash in Lagos and Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH, where the corpses of the 13 victims who died are being kept and the survivors receiving treatment. Let us take it from the hospital. At the LASUTH gate, which the teaching hospital shares with the General Hospital, Ikeja, you were asked where you are headed. If it was LASUTH, you are directed to the left; if it was the General Hospital, surgical emergency ward, you moved straight on. It was a drizzling Friday and, as you arrived the morgue, not far from the pathology section, many people were there, waiting to collect the corpses of their loved ones, but you could not decipher which of them were for the victims of the plane accident. You began to hear all sorts as things as you mixed with the crowd, from the absurd to pure comedy.The post Crash site, hospital wards, mortuary: 24 hours after appeared first on Vanguard News. Click here to read full news..