One of the worst thing that can happen to any man is to involve in a motor accident, that can even lead to lots of casualty. Some road accidents can be averted if only some drivers can be very careful while operating on the road. It is quite true that usually it's impossible to know when you can prevent an accident from Happening, but the truth still remains that if most people can not always be Inna heist, the degree and number of road accidents in Ghana, will drastically be reduced to a low record. Accident in other hand is an unplanned event that, at times result to inconvenient or undesirable consequences, and in other ways inconsequential.
Just as the Republic of Ghana marks her 64th Independence day, there is a trending Sad incident that has gone viral across all media house in Ghana, where several passengers were injured in an accident on Accra - Mankesim highway today being 6th March 2021.
According to the report gathered at the spot where the accident happened on the Mankesim - Accra highway shows that two buses collided at around 4:30am at dawn local times precisely in Apam junction, close to Winneba junction in central Region of Ghana.
Following the record given by an eyewitness at the scene, a sprinter from Mankesim tried to overtake, before it accidentally crashed into the Ford leaving Accra.
"The passengers inside the both cars find it difficult to alight after the accident happened, because of the level at which the the car damaged", Eyewitness Said.
Meanwhile, for the fact that the incident occurred very close to Apam Community, residents gathered round to assist the injured persons, and rushed them immediately to Apam government Hospital.
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