The road accident in Ghana is gradually becoming rampant as it continues to happen and kills people on our roads everyday.
According to the report by an eye witness to the scene, an unlicensed car (brand new) with no registration number was heading towards Akim Oda with a full speed. As fast as the driver of said vehicle wanted to reach his destination decided to overtake any other vehicles he on the road.
When he got to Agona Swedru, the driver tried to overtake about three cars he saw before him. Unfortunately for him, there was another car facing him from Akim Oda. And to be able to save himself from getting collided with the oncoming vehicle, tried to go to the other side of the road, hence hits two pedestrians.
This sad incident occurred at 1:30am at Agona Swedru on the main Akora bridge today with three occupants after the vehicle knocked down two people (a boy and a girl) who were walking along the road and the car just went straight into the Akora Rivera according to eye witnesses.
One of them has been confirmed dead after they were rescued by the good people of Swedru and were sent to the Agona Swedru Government Hospital for treatment.
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