Sad news coming from the Central region reveals that there has been a fatal accident that has put the lives of twenty three people in a critical condition.
Some of the victims are a pregnant woman and and some children. This is sad news indeed.
The victims were immediately rushed to the st Francis hospital in Assin Fosu.
Eye witness had it that the sprinter bus was heading towards Kumasi but was crossed by a mad man. So, in the bid to save the life of the mad man the sprinter moved into the lane and unfortunately had a head-on collision with Daewoo Matiz taxi on the other side.
No one in both cars went free, everyone of them about twenty three all were injured and were rushed to the st Francis hospital in Assin Fosu.
We hope God will save their lives because report reaching us is that they are all in a very critical condition.
We also pray for the families of these victims to take heart because God knows best.
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