1. A Ghanaian woman was involved in a fatal accident after speeding to catch her cheating husband. The lady was told that her husband had picked a woman with whom he was in love with. So she was rushing to catch hem which lead to her accident.
Recounting the incident, Mr Anyenini said a Tema bound vehicle on the other side of the motorway burst a tyre after it hit a pothole, it subsequently flew up and upon touching down landed on his car before somersaulting into the bush close by.
I always remember the power with which it came, and when it eventually landed. And all of them happened within split seconds.
The legal practitioner who was at the time driving a Nissan Pathfinder believed that the four wheel vehicle played a role his survival due to its durability.
3. A vehicle's crashed into each other in Tema. A Trailer and a Taxi was involved. The taxi driver told the Ghana news that, the van was negotiating to park at the bus stop but unfortunately bumped into his taxi. He all so said that while he was trying to swerve from hem, he run into the trailer lane. The trailer and the taxi was heavily damaged.
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