A long truck carrying a large amount of Soft drinks believe to have loaded from Kumasi in the Ashanti Region heading towards Burkina Faso mysterious fell down while on motion on Kumasi-Techiman highway and spilled a large amount of drinks almost everything fell and broke into pieces, causing a traffic jam in the road.
It unclear what might have caused the accident, interestingly the driver together with his mate are nowhere to be found and no security personnel has moved to the scene to control the huge traffic caused as well as to protect the remaining drinks.
The workers of the filling station are not giving protection to the drinks and the same time directing other cars to find their way into Bremang township.
No live has been lost but it's undoubtedly a great loss to the owner of the goods as the truck driver has just spilled someone's money on the road like this. Now, he has to explain what he never planned to the owner, I wonder how they'll sort themselves out.
We pray the police rush to the scene to control the situation to prevent further occurrence.
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