Overtaking has been a major role in many of the country's accidents, but it continues to happen because some drivers refuse to listen to authorities' instructions or just do not care about their own lives, let alone the lives of passengers. This year, statistically, there have been more accidents than any other year. There's no denying that many of our roadways are in poor condition. Ghana is a developing country, and we will, ideally, reach the same level of development as other developed nations.
A serious accident on the Cape Coast-Accra route claimed the lives of two people at the start of this month. According to a CCTV camera that filmed the tragic occurrence, a salon car driver overtook a few of automobiles before colliding with a large bus, killing two people on the spot.
Another unfortunate piece of information circulating the airwaves is that an accident occurred on the Takoradi-Accra road. According to an eyewitness who was traveling from Accra to Takoradi, the private driver attempted to overtake them and collided with their car, which was a large bus. A Toyota Corolla was the private vehicle that caused the collision. Even the number plate could not be retrieved due to the severity of the crash.
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