Breaking news reaching us from Assin North district in the central region of Ghana is an accident that have happened between a taxi loaded from Assin fosu heading towards Assin praso and a big track from secondi takoradi to kumase.
The track was not having any load on it unlike the taxi which were having four passengers added to the driver.
In Assin bereku where the star feeling station was,it was a little slop from the main station to Assin state college.
The taxi was ahead of the track.the taxi driver was trying to take the left road the Assin state college compuse.
Because the track was on slop,there was a little speed in the track.
The track could not wait for the taxi driver to move left part of the road.
The driver in the track was able to saved the passengers by passing through the driver said.
This makes the front door of the driver goes under the track.
The track drag the taxi for about five kilometers on the ground.
Very fortunate people get there very early to help them out of the track.
Thank God on body die but only the driver who feeling pain in the showder.
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