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This life is full of unforseen circumstances. There have been many accident occurring recently in this country. An accident has occured this afternoon at Kumasi-Abuakwa in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. This accident happened right at Abuakwa market. According to the information gathered, there was a traffic on the main road and the Cargo car with the number plate AW-274-10 wanted to pass through the uncompleted road to get to its destination and when it gets to the uncompleted road, the road was slippery after a heavy rainfall. So when the vehicle got there, the road was in a bad state after the rainfall and the back tyres of the car slipped and the driver tried to save the situation but he couldn't, and it fell on the ground. Please follow this article as I showcase pictures of the fallen vehicle.
Looking at the pictures aforementioned, you can really see how dangerous it was. The saddest part is the driver's mate got hurt and he was rushed to the hospital. The driver was fine but he was also taken to the hospital. We are hoping that they all get well soon so that they can return to their families. Please share, like and comment on this article. Please follow sarpandy for more news.
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