Another Serious Accident Has Happened - See Details
By Phomula | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 343 views
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There are so many accidents count in Ghana nowadays and it's getting worst. Day in and day out there will be an additional ones keep rising. If there is something else where that we can do to reduce these excessive accidents many lives could be saved.
A long vehicle was carrying heavy load from Tema harbour heading towards to Ho has ended up in severe accident with unidentified car. It's alleged that the long vehicle suddenly lost its wheels of the car leading to this heartbreaking incidents. The driver tried his possible Best to save lives but he could not make it out.
Three people have been in a critical condition and many are taken to Tema General Hospital for treatment . There is road that links Tema metropolitan to Ho municipal has been the only highway many drivers are using because there's no many traffic will deley you.
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