The entire Kukurantumi township was thrown into a state of mourning. Those who stood at the crime scene could not move as the young boy was accidentally crushed to his untimely death
The Kukurantumi Police in the Eastern Region has confirmed the arrest of a female teacher at Kukurantumi Methodist Schoo Madam Essien Acheampong for allegedly killing a two years old young boy with her car.
Preliminary reports indicated that, the teacher was on her way to school when the two years old boy accidentally crossed her vehicle.
The boy was reportedly by the road side with his mother Who was selling food.
" It was reported as an Accident. However, that doesn't stop the Police from investigating the cause. It won't end here. The laws will work to establish justice" Police Service public relations told Bryte FM.
Young life lost. Let's be careful on the road
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