A 14 years old boy has been killed instantly by a car in Central Region after the car lost control due to over speeding and it was a serious accident that happened in Twifo Atti Mokwa District at Central Region. According to an eyewitness who narrated how the whole sorrowful incident took place, revealed that the young 14 years old boy did not notice that a car was coming from the other end and he was just trying to cross the road to a nearby barbing salon when he was hit by the car that was in an uncontrollable speed.
The deceased 14 years old boy was identified as Daniel Otabil who was known by a lot of people in the community. According to the words of some of the residents of the District, Daniel Otabil was a quiet respectful and easy going young boy that met his untimely death in this horrible and heartbreaking manner.
However, the driver of the over speeding car has been taken to the District police station for further interrogation and investigation. But the hope of Daniel Otabil’s parent has been chattered after hearing the sad news and those who knew the 14 years old boy are left in tears on why he passed on so soon.
Meanwhile, drivers are advised to reduce their speed and drive with caution.
May his Soul Rest In Peace.
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