A sad incident has occurred through a fight on Gomoa Akotsi in the Central region and has resulted in the death of a man. A fight broke out at a mortuary over an ambulance through which one man was beaten to death. As the custom is in most Akan communities, family members went to a mortuary to retrieve the dead relatives to be buried the following day.
Adoko Mortuary Home is a popular private mortuary in the area where people from Ewutu Breku, Senya and other places keep corpses there. There were lots of different families at the private mortuary in Gomoa Akotsi but there was no ambulance. Moments later an ambulance arrived and all the different groups at the mortuary began to fight over the ambulance.
The ambulance driver was even beaten as a result of the fight that broke out. He was taken to a nearby bush and beaten with sticks and knives. An unknown person then hit another man with a cement block that was lying nearby. The man fell flat on the ground and they realized he had died. He was then taken to the hospital in Ewutu Breku.
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