A 20-year-elderly person's head has been slashed off in an awful cruiser mishap at Akyem-Bomso in the Eastern Region.
The person in question, whose name was given as Tawiah was riding one of four motorbikes that slammed on Saturday evening.
Someone else, Laphew Obeng, 20 who was additionally riding kicked the bucket on the spot.
An assertion from the Asuom District Police Command referenced that the police were called to the scene a couple of moments after the mishap to help salvage the people in question.
As per the sitrep, the police discovered one Royal Motorbike with enrollment number M 21 GR 9666 and an unregistered one
It further uncovered that casualties, Michael Asante,18, Samuel Nuamah, 17 and Andrew Keddeh, 20 who were on isolated bicycles supported shifting levels of wounds.
They were dealt with and released at the Twapease wellbeing focus.
Kwaku Amponsah,17 and Jeff, 18 whose legs got cracked were alluded to the Asuom wellbeing focus and Kade medical clinic separately.
In the interim the assortments of the perished have been protected at Kade government clinic anticipating dissection.
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