Nowadays, people are dying through road accidents in Ghana.
However, an accident occurred at Adeiso in the West Akyem District on Tuesday August 31. A Rhino KIA truck with the registration number GW 1364-12 was transporting sachet of pure water and unfortunately, the driver's brake failed when he was descending from Adeiso police station.
Due to the brake failure, the KIA truck crashed into three (3) vehicles with their registration numbers GG 2043, GT 5911-18 and GT 5175-12 respectively and the impact of the crash has made a shop attendant lose her life as one of the vehicles rammed into the shop.
The injured victims were quickly rushed to Adeiso Health center but one (1) pregnant woman is in critical condition while two (2) victims had a compound fracture so they have been transferred to Nsawam government hospital.
The summary of the incident indicates that, one person died whiles over twenty (21) victims were critically injured including the pregnant woman.
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