Heartbreaking news reported by Joy News around 7:30pm on Monday, May 31, 2021, on the N1 Tema motorway at Tema in the Greater Accra Region, indicates that two persons (motorcyclists) have lost their lives on the after an accident right on the spot.
According to the news, the two motor riders were moving on the road opposite to the Tema to Kasoa road at Tema in the Greater Accra Region. The police has evaded the scene, and further information is being gathered about the whole incident.
Further investigations are still underway and the dead bodies can be seen covered on right on the road, and have been covered by branches of palm trees. It is believed that, after the police are done conducting their investigations, the Ambulance service will be called upon to convey the the dead bodies to the morgue.
Accidents continue to be on the rise in the country, and persons die almost everyday. Though not confirmed yet, the cause of the accident is probably over-speeding. Further information would be relayed soon and we will get you informed.
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