This life is full of surprises. No one knows what will happen the next day. There is this sad news that has happened to the people of Ghana. Car accident has occured at Adeiso, the capital of Upper West Akim Constituency and of the Upper West Akim district of the Eastern Region of Ghana. And the accident occured exectly at the main road. According to the information reaching us, this car with the number plate GT 5911-18 which has loaded passegers failed break and the driver tried to direct the car from the the main road. Unfortunately the car went to enter one of the stores at the road side. Please follow this article as I show you the pictures at the accident scene. The pictures are shown undernath.
Looking at the pictures aforementioned, you can really see that the accident was fatal. In accordance to the information gathered, one person is dead and 18 passengers are injured including a pregnant woman. The 18 passengers who are injured are now at the hospital. This is very sad and we send our condolences to the families of the lost soul. And we wish the other 18 passengers that got injured a speedy recovery.
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