The Tema- Dawhenya stretch in the Greater Accra Region is known to be prone to accident because it has recorded numerous of accident in the past.
The civilians always put the blame on the recklessness of the drivers and sometimes the nature of the road.
However, On Monday morning, September 27, a sprinter bus was loaded with passengers, travelling from Tema but the destination as to where the vehicle was heading to, wasn't known.
The driver of the sprinter bus was over speeding and an unknown vehicle attempted to overtake a driver on the road.
Suddenly, The unknown vehicle crashed into the sprinter bus while overtaking the driver on the road and the front part of the sprinter bus has been destroyed massively.
Check the pictures below
Due to the crash, fifteen (15) passengers sustained various degrees of injuries and quickly rushed to the Tema hospital for medical treatment.
Luckily, no deaths were recorded in the accident and by God's grace, the injured passengers are responding to treatment as some of them has been already discharged from the hospital safely.
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