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20 Feared Dead In Horrible Accidents On Accra – Kumasi Road; Sad scenes drop [PHOTOS]

20 Feared Dead In Horrible Accidents On Accra – Kumasi Road; Sad scenes drop [PHOTOS]

Several people were killed in a deadly accident on the Accra-Kumasi Highway.

Several more have been admitted after suffering life-threatening injuries.

According to eyewitnesses, the deadly accident happened about 4:00 a.m. Tuesday morning on the Accra-Suhum route near Kyekyewere in the Ayensuano District.

The collision happened at 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

According to witnesses, a DAF Cargo Truck reported to be headed towards Burkina Faso on the Kumasi stretch broke a tyre, leading the driver to lose control of the steering wheel, causing the truck to deviate off its lane and collide with two buses laden with passengers traveling from Kumasi to Accra.

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An STC bus with the registration number GE 8131-16 and another bus with the registration number GT4997-20 were both involved in the collision.

Personnel from the Ghana Police Service, Ambulance, and the National Disaster Management Organization were on the site rescuing casualties and transporting them to the Nsawam and Suhum Government Hospitals. The bodies were taken to the mortuary.

“An eyewitness said the articular truck, which was completely loaded with goods, had a burst tyre while descending a slope.” The truck went off its lane, going left-right, then collided with one of the buses, which collided with another, resulting in a large number of injuries.

As I speak to you, you are aware that I am unable to flow as a result of what I have witnessed. It’s a very sad scene. So far, I’ve counted roughly 10 dead bodies,” Kwadwo Minta, one of the rescue officials, told Starr News.

20 Feared Dead In Horrible Accidents On Accra – Kumasi Road; Sad scenes drop [PHOTOS]

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