A driver has knocked down two boys in Teshie Nungua a suburb of Accra in the greater Accra region today at 11:30 am. One of the boys survived the incident but the other is dead from the sudden impact of the crash.
Nana Kwame a reporter on scene gave out the details of what happened. According to Nana Kwame, the two schoolboys came to buy food by the roadside at Nungua cold store.
While they were standing in front of the food vendor, a driver who has loaded chairs was trying to overtake. He made a mistake and suddenly veered off the road into the walking lane where the two boys stood buying food.
He runs them over and killed one of the boys instantly while the other boy is badly injured.
The Police upon hearing this incident quickly rushed to the scene and took the driver into their custody. According to an eyewitness report the driver smelled of alcohol.
The kid has been rushed to the hospital for treatment.
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