Khalid, who is said to be a habitual hit and run driver, was said to be coming from a club in Lancika hotel and was drunk.
As a result of over speeding, he crashed into six persons which led to the amputation of the legs and hands of three of the victims who are all receiving treatment in Chida Crescent Hospital, Abuja.
The traditional chief of the area, Ibrahim Mohammed, who confirmed the accident, said there was no record of death.
“Some youths wanted to kill Khalid, but I insisted and asked the vigilante guards to take him away, which they did before they later hand him over to the Police,” he added.
TribuneOnline gathered that before the latest accident, Khalid’s recklessness had led to the death of about four people in the last three years, on different occasions.
For instance, in March 2017, he killed a JSS 2 student of Science Secondary School, Lafia, when he drove and ran into the school gate on high speed.
Though he was arrested and arraigned before a Magistrate court, he was later released and allowed to go about his normal life.