Accident continues to happen and kills the good people of Ghana due to bad roads we have in this country.
A gory accident causes the death of a 45 year old man on the spot in the late hours of Monday 29th March, 2021.
According to report, the deceased met his untimely death on the road at that late hour when a Sprinter and his Motorcycle traveling on opposite directions of the same road crashed headlong.
The fatal accident which has taken the previous life of a motorcycle rider happened at Tepa Betiako on the busily Tepa High Way in the Western Region of the Republic of Ghana.
According to the police report earlier today, the Sprinter bus upon reaching a section of the highway at Tepa Betiako, the Sprinter bus driver encountered a motorcycle that was heading towards the Tepa township.
As the motorcycle rider who was coming from Tepa township with a full speed got closer to the Sprinter bus, he saw a pothole on the road and wanted to make a swerve through to the Sprinter's way.
In an attempt to avoid the pothole on the road, the motorcycle rider went straight to the bonet of the Sprinter bus, hence a head on collision between Motorcycle and a Sprinter.
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