File image (Car damaged, crying emoji, police and residents at the scene)
Sad news hit Kumasi on Sunday evening after a fatal car accident has left two people battling for life while 13 are injured. The accident was reported to have happened in the Kumasi to Accra, it was really a serious and heartbreaking moment.
However, eyewitnesses made it known that the car was on a very high speed when it loses control and went to straight to a KIA Sorrento that was overtaking. And the car summersaulted to the bush when the situation got worse, but it eventually landed in a nice spot and 13 passengers were seriously injured.
Meanwhile, two of the passengers were critically injured and they are currently batting for life. The other 13 injured passengers were taken to a nearby heath center, while the critically injured were rushed to a more sophisticated hospital for effective treatment.
The Ghana police were quick to arrive the scene in order to make everything go smoothly, and they have assured that a proper investigation will be carried out to ascertain what led to the accident.
Quick recovery to them all.
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