What started as a smooth and critical night for two darlings at Agona Swedru in the Central Region finished with one doing combating forever while the body of the other disappeared in the Akora River.reckless overspeeding driver in an unregistered Toyota Camry hit the couple in the wake of letting completely go at a sharp curve.the driver, in the wake of starting the sharp bend let completely go and veered off his path to one side, hit the two sweethearts and a shop prior to entering the stream around 2 am on Saturday.One of three tenants of the Toyota Camry kicked the bucket upon affirmation at the Agona Swedru Government clinic after they were hurried there.
The sweetheart of the woman is allegedly reacting to treatment after he was saved from the stream along with the three tenants of the vehicle.
Be that as it may, his sweetheart is yet to be found as she was additionally thumped into the stream during the mishap. Gilbert Mawuli Agbey reports that her body was at this point to be found as at noontime on Saturday.Eyewitnesses at the location of the mishap report that the driver of the Toyota Camry, along with two different inhabitants, yet to be recognized, was moving from the Texaco course towards Chapel Square when it happened.
They facilitated that the sweethearts were remaining before a shop on the left half of the street towards the principle Swedru connect across the stream.
Occupants who were available hurried to the scene after the mishap however could just safeguard four of the casualties from the stream as the woman's body couldn't be found.
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