There have been a serious accident on Kumasi-Accra road which has resulted in making many passengers sustain injuries. As at now, there is no report of death at this very moment but some of the passengers are in a very critical condition. Road accidents in Ghana have been on a rise as day in day out we hear such thing.
The accident occurred at Juaso- Atwedie on the Accra-Kumasi Highway. It involved one sprinter bus and one big bus. The passengers on the sprinter bus have sustained various degree of injuries in which some are very critical at the moment. Reports indicate that the sprinter bus with registration number AS-650-21 was traveling from Accra to Kumasi whiles the other one was from Kumasi to Accra.
It is reported that the sprinter bus upon reaching Atwedie, one of it tyres burst making the driver of the sprinter lose control of the vehicle which made him collide with the bus on the other side. Fortunately, nobody died but most of them sustained serious injuries and are at the Juaso Government Hospital for treatment.
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