Sad News coming from the Central Region of Ghana in a town called Twifo Praso has it that, a 14-years old boy who has been identified as Daniel Otabil has been crashed to death by a speeding Hyundai Elantra whiles crossing a road to trim his hair at a barbering saloon at the other side of the road.
The Hyundai Elantra driver with the registration number AS-74-20 according to an eyewitness was over-speeding in the dusty road behind a Tipper Truck and lost control which made him to crash and kill the 14-years old at the spot.
Due to how dusty the road is, the late Daniel didn’t see that there is a car coming behind the Tipper Truck which made him to cross the road together with a friend as they both got hit. Daniel died at the spot whiles his friend was badly injured.
After hitting the teenagers, the car veered off the road and somersaulted leading to it fall into a ditch which caused the damage of the car’s frontage.
The Driver of the Hyundai Elantra is currently in the Twifo Praso Police Custody as investigation is ongoing.
According to Daniel’s father who has also been identified as Kofi Otabil, Daniel came back from school around 3:00 PM and went out to trim at 4:00 PM where the accident occurred.
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