Accidents in Ghana has been very prevalent in our roads of late. The latest one that has occurred in the country took place at the Nsawam-Accra bound carriageway on the Nsawam bypass (N6).
This incident happened this early morning and according to the Ghana Police Service two Articulator trucks have crashed this morning and this has caused a huge road traffic at the Nsawam-Accra bound carriageway.
The Police Service on their Facebook platform wrote that, "there is a road-traffic crash involving two Articulator trucks on the Nsawam-Accra bound carriageway on the Nsawam bybass (N6)."
In solving the situation at the moment, the Road Safety Management Limited team has been called to proceed with a towing truck to tow the two trucks off the road to allow free movements of vehicles or freeze and save flow of traffic.
Due to this, the police service advises that, motorists to drive carefully when approaching the scene, because the dual carriage has been converted into a single lane.
Below is the post from the Ghana Police Service.
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