Two persons have lost their lives in an accident that happened on the Fanmilk Junction sections of the Awoshie-Pokuase High way in the early hours of Thursday September 10.
The cause of the accident is currently not clear as eyewitnesses are giving conflicting views.
It could be remembered that the people of Ablekuma Fanmilk and its surrounding towns mounted a heavy Demonstration against the Ruling Government concerning their non-functioning Traffic light which have not been working for the past Three years. And this has caused many accidents on that portion of the road and residents suffering from car knocks.
The Traffic lights were repaired about a month ago and it is spoilt again.
With Christmas approaching and intermittent rains, we will advise Drivers to be careful on the roads as the roads are more slippery when it rains.
In other news one person has lost his life in an accident that happened on the Tema Motorway in the early hours of this morning.
The accident happened after the brakes of a Tema-bound tailor truck failed, thereby, running into other vehicles.
Fifteen other vehicles also collided injuring four passengers in four different cars.
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