The Ghana Police service though it electronic media has updated the general public of a tragic accident which happened this morning on the 28th of February 2022. Disturbing pictures from the scene has left many in shock as the month ends today. At the moment the police and other services are in charge and have transported those involve to the hearts Hospitals for treatment.
This is what The Police Posted on their Social Media Handle.
here is a fatal Accident at Akim Aboabo between Akim Asafo and Nsutam on the Accra-Kumasi Highway (N6), involving a Nissan Pickup and a Loaded Daf Articulated truck, leading to a complete closure of the road. The following contingencies are deployed for effective crash scene management:
1. Kibi Mttd Accident Prevention Squad (APS) have cordoned and assisting motorists,
2. Emergency crews, including Ghana National Fire Service Extrication Team, National Ambulance Service EMTs, and Road Safety Management Service Limited are proceeding,
Meanwhile, all motorists approaching from Suhum are diverted through Kibi, at Apedwa Junction, whilst motorists proceeding from Nsutam are diverted through Kibi, at Kibi Junction
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