Sixteen individuals passed on the spot in the early long periods of Friday when two transports going on inverse bearings of the Accra-Kumasi Highway smashed head-first.
The mishap included two Kia Grandbird transports with enrollment numbers GT 5629-19 and GE 5510-15, one of which was a VIP transport.
The dead, which incorporated the driver and mate of the VIP transport, were comprised of 13 guys and three females.
As indicated by the police, after arriving at a segment of the expressway at Akyem Asafo, the VIP transport driver experienced another Kia Grandbird transport that was going towards Kumasi that had attempted an illegitimate overwhelming.
While trying to evade a head-on impact, the VIP transport veered off the street yet the approaching transport that had attempted the unfair overwhelming couldn't foresee the activity of the VIP transport, likewise veered off the street, and in this way crashed into the VIP transport.
The assemblages of the expired have been stored at Suhum Government Hospital funeral home for protection, ID, and post-mortem examination.
The harmed were likewise shipped off the Akyem Asafo Health Center for treatment.
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