Information reaching Accrablogger concerning a gory accident which occurred at Agona Swedru earlier this morning reveals how a Toyota Corolla which was at top speed skid off the road and ended up in a river.
Good Samaritans who were around during that period rushed to the place and entered the river in an attempt to retrieve the five but they discovered just the four. Sadly, the body of the young female whose status is not still known as of midday Saturday had yet not been discovered.
The three inhabitants of the Toyota Corolla together with the sweetheart of the lady were charged to the Swedru Government for medical treatment but one the male occupants of the automobile passed away on admission.
Conforming to some natives of Assissim and Ankyease, both villages of Agona Swedru, the driver was earlier discovered driving carelessly within both sectors. They were however not astonished to again hear that the car had been engaged in an accident.
A second person believed to be deceased is the girl who was standing with her boyfriend by the roadside and were knocked and moved into the river. Her body was yet to be identified till now.
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