The driver who was driving the sprinter died immediately the accident occured. Out of about 6 people in the vehicle, the commercial driver is the only person who passed away. The rest are currently responding to treatment in Cape Coast. The driver was driver from Komanda to Accra. It was discovered that, he was driving on a very top speed. The speed alone is likely to cause an accident.
But the presence of a tipper truck which was standing at the joint of the road over some months without moving, is the major cause of the accident. The sprinter driver accidentally collided with the immovable tipper truck. This crash lead to the dead of the Sprinter Driver on the spot of the incidence and his body was carried to the hospital.
When the rules and regulations are followed by Ghanaians properly, and authorities put things in place very well, it will help to prevent certain road accidents. This will also help to save life's from perishing. The sad news was confirmed by Kwadwo Dickson this afternoon. It was disclosed that, one of the popular commercial drivers in Komanda passed away painfully today at Cape Coast University High Way
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