Sad News circulating has it that, a Taxi Driver who drives a KIA Picanto has accidentally collided with a tipper truck on the Suhum to Koforidua road leading the Taxi Driver in a very critical condition.
Just yesterday, an accident once again occurred in Suhum where 6 people perished at the spot.
This time around, no fatality has been recorded so far but per the reporter of ABN, the Taxi driver apparently don’t look like someone who will be able to survive with how they even struggled to get him out of the damaged car with the Engine burnt and it will take the grace of God for him to survive.
The accident happened this morning around 9:00 AM where after the Taxi Driver attempted to dodge a big Pothole as he accidentally collided with a Tipper Truck carrying load of sand.
The Tipper Truck driver was said to have also sustain a serious leg Injury.
However, according to residents of Suhum, they were even planning to embark on a demonstration because the nature of the road is very bad and even last 3 days, a car knocked down and killed a little girl.
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