(Revealed): Full details on what actually killed the level hundred UCC girl. There is currently a level 100 student of the University of Cape Coast making the news all over the nation now. Many people are asking so many questions on how this headliner girl met her untimely death. Many have come out with reports concerning her demise. Reports reaching Dimaskinosnews has set the records straight. Allow me take you on a revealing ride.
The unfortunate girl is called Priscilla Owusu Achiaa who happens to be just a teenager offering Bachelor of Commerce in Human Resource Management. She happens to also be a course representative in her class. She was at Ndoum School of Business The rather but unlucky girl was reportedly hit by a vehicle on her way with a friends from the market for some food stuffs. The vehicle which was a sprinter was trying to over take another car in front of it but made a wrong turn that led it right into the girl. The girl as many reports have did not die on the spot she was hit. But rather died due to some internal bleeding within her organs. The authorities of institution have given out a press release on the matter at hand.
Below is a copy of it.The management of the school says the matter is been handed over to the police to investigate in other to bring the hit and run driver to book for ending the life of an innocent girl.
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