A Mercedes Benz saloon car carrying five people on board has burnt 3 persons beyond recognition and two people seriously injured.
According, to source the Mercedes Benz car which has been damaged serious, collide head- on with a big stationary truck.
Efia Tenge, the Head of Public Affair Unit if the Accra Regional Police Command the Deputy Superintendent of Police ( DSP) explain to the media that the deceased has been convey to the morgue at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.
According to sources to other people who were involved in the accident but survived have been rashed to the hospital for immediate treatment.
These accident occured at Fashion City Furniture at Spintex in Accra around 12: 20 on Saturday, March 21, 2021 which involved a DAF truck with the trading number GT-3848-D and a Nissan 4×4 estate car number GT-8558-20.
Despite the progress that have been made in automotive engineering, safety issues on road still remain.
Furtherly explanation tells that, the truck driver lost control and one of his shipping containers it was carrying fell in the middle of the road.
So when the police were directing traffic and creating space for the Nation Road safety Authority staff to get the container out of the way, 5he Mercedes Benz driver ignored all the signs and run into the container.
Unfortunately the Mercedes Benz car which has no registration number suddenly caught fire and by the help of the police, two passengers were able to be rescued whilst the remaining three burnt.
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