The Accra-Kumasi highway in Ghana; is a highway that begins at the Nsawam road junction, off the N1 in Accra, and runs through Nsawam, Nkawkaw, and Ejisu to Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
The latest news coming from the Accra-Kumasi Highway reveals that, a vehicle travelling from Accra to Kumasi, in the Ashanti Region have been involved in a fatal accident.
The vehicle which has a registration number AS -650-21, and travelling from Accra to Kumasi, with passengers on board, have sustained various degrees of injuries in an accident at Juaso-Atwedie on the Accra-Kumasi Highway.
According to information captured on myjoyonline.com, the sprinter bus on reaching Atwedie, the vehicle had a tyre blowout, causing the driver to lose control; and making the vehicle to veer off the road.
Myjoyonline reported further that, "It took the intervention of the Motor Transport and Traffic Directorate (MTTD), to save the passengers who were trapped in the vehicle. Fortunately, none of the passengers died but most of them sustained serious injuries and are at the Juaso Government Hospital for treatment".
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