An accident occurred at Nsawam to Adeisu road in the Eastern Region which killed the driver leaving three women in in a critical condition.
This terrible accident occurred yesterday being June 28, 2021 which is circulating all over social media platforms and has brought tears on the face of many individuals.Informations gathered by Tru fm in Adeisu during Lunch time program hosted by Miss Mends yesterday around 1:30pm therefore was that, a taxi was heading to Adeisu from Nsawam was on top speed and due to the heavy down pour, the ground was slippery that the car when out of control.
The driver lost control and hit a Kia car which was by the roadside.The taxi destroyed instantly which made the people who witnessed called Police to come to their rescue.
On the police arrivals, they saw that the driver was already dead and the other women wounded.
In my opinion I think we need to kill our speed before it kills us. God have mercy upon us.
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