Sixteen individuals are dreaded to have died on the spot at Akyem Asafo when two vehicles going on inverse bearings of the Accra-Kumasi Highway smashed on Friday, February 26, 2021.
The mishap included two Kia Grandbird transports with enrollment number GT 5629-19 and a VIP transport with enlistment number GE 5510-15.
The dead, which incorporated the driver and mate of the VIP transport, were comprised of 13 guys and three females.
A few others are additionally said to have supported differed wounds when the occurrence happened.
The police said after arriving at a segment of the interstate at Akyem Asafo, the VIP transport driver experienced another Kia Grand bird transport that was going towards Kumasi that had attempted an illegitimate overwhelming.
The VIP transport trying to evade a head-on crash veered off the street yet the approaching transport that had attempted the unjust surpassing couldn't envision the activity of the VIP transport, additionally veered off the street, and in this manner slammed into the VIP transport.
The harmed have been hurried to the clinic while the assortments of the expired saved at the funeral home.
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