When driver in Ghana are not ready to put a stop to unnecessary over speeding and over taking, we will continue to see what we are seeing these days in Ghana. Road accidents here and there and drivers are not taking caution about how they drive on the road.
It is very painful when innocent souls who happens to be passengers becomes victims to the careless driving of some drivers in Ghana.
The recent update we have received from UTV Ghana confirmed another terrible accident in the Greater Accra Region. It is very sad to note that, this particular accident involved three vehicles of which one of them which happens to be a private car was damaged beyond repairs. Nothing can be done again about the private car.
According to the report, hyundai cargo car which was moving to the direction of Greater Accra Region, stopped unexpectedly as a result of road traffic which was caused by the heavy rain in Accra yesterday.
A private car which was also moving in the same lane with a top speed clashed into the hyundai cargo Car. As a result of the top speed from the private car, the hyundai Car Car also clashed into another vehicle ahead of him.
From the report, two of the drivers are in critical condition especially the driver who was driving the private car. The drivers were rushed to the nearby hospital from the accident scene. The accident occured at Saint John's Junction in the Greater Accra Region in Ghana.
The drivers escape death and we thank God for their life's. We wish them speedily recovery as they are responding to medical treatment at the hospital.
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