A motorcyclist in Wa met his untimely death at the main traffic on the Rawlings Street in the Upper West Rregional capital after he was ran over by a driver of Toyota Fortuner vehicle with registration number GW 977- 14. The incident happened late Tuesday afternoon as the rider is thought to have parked on the highway waiting for the traffic to turn green for him to move but the driver of the fortuner vehicle who is believed to have been driving under the influence of alcohol failed to observe the traffic and rammed the cyclist, killing him instantly.Eye witness said, after running the cyclist over, the reckless driver also dragged him under his car for a considerable distance before crashing into other vehicles before finally managing to halt at a nearby filling station. The body of the deceased have since been deposited at a morgue with the Upper West Regional Police Command moving in to confiscate the vehicle for further investigations.
Meanwhile, unconfirmed report say the deceased is a police officer who was off duty and had visited town to buy some items to aid the renovation of his residence.
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