The Ashanti Regional Police Command has initiated examinations concerning an auto accident and another episode that killed a few understudies of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).KNUST finds a way ways to change Ghana's incubation facility industry
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Three understudies of KNUST passed on March 27, 2021, in two separate incidents.While two out of three inhabitants kicked the bucket in an auto accident, the third understudy lost his life after he fell on the flight of stairs of the main floor of Unity Hall.
The University Relations Officer, Dr. Daniel Norris Bekoe, in a Citi News meet, uncovered that the influenced vehicle has been towed and examinations are in progress to learn the course of the accident.
"The matter was accounted for to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology police headquarters. So they have come to tow the vehicle, and they are exploring the course of the mishap," he said.Police had prior revealed to Citi News that, out of the five people who were in the vehicle, four were KNUST understudies while one was a University of Ghana understudy.
A police source likewise disclosed to Citi News that their fundamental examinations have shown that the driver of the vehicle was endeavoring to arrange a sharp bend and run into a tree.
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