The risk involved in the work of the Ghana Police Service has led to the death of many officers whilst in line of duty. Most of them have been shot by armed robbers, others go naturally, and suicide has recently made some of them die before their age. The most deadly cause of death of others is road accidents.
A deadly road accident has killed two police officers painfully, leaving 3 other officers in a critical condition as plans are underway to airlift them to Accra for further medical attention. Details of how exactly the unfortunate incident happened is not yet known but you can see the car went off track as the car can be see in a bush and the condition of the car tells how serious the accident is.
Acccording to reports, the unfortunate incident happened on the Walewale - Bolgatanga highway when members of the Anti-robbery Taskforce were embarking on a journey. The press release by the Ghana Police Service just last night indicates that the Anti-robbery Taskforce were responding to an emergency on that stretch.FOLLOW UP FOR MORE.
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