The reports added that the deceased, Florence Batsa, was going home on a motorbike with her female companion and the engine rider from the Memorial Club in Somanya at around 2:00 am, the point at which the accident occurred.
The engine was engaged in a head-on impact with an approaching vehicle which unexpectedly wandered off into their path, Patrick Tetteh Lawer, who was the engine rider, told the press.
According to him, all attempts to reverse the accident were futile, and Florence died on the spot while he and the other pillion rider sustained a number of injuries.
The headmaster of Asesewa Senior High School in the Eastern locale, Paul Okoto, affirmed the episode, saying the departed was a first-year understudy who was on an extended get-away and added that the family came to the school on Wednesday to inform the executives about her demise formally.
The uncle of the departed additionally uncovered that Florence would be covered on Friday.
As of now, the harmed are on confirmation at St. Martin's De Porres Hospital in Argomanya while the body of the departed has been kept at the funeral home of a similar office.
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