Today was a bad day for the driver and owner of the 6 Axle fuel tanker that was crashed and blocked the Nsawam-Kumasi Bound Carriageway. As a matter of fact such occurrences in the country cause a lot of inconveniences and waste of time but the information released by the Ghana Police Service implies that the vehicle has been recoverd and towed to a safe yard.
This latest news from the Ghana Police Service is the third message from them on this same issue that happened earlier today.
Earlier on in the day the Police Service reported on their Facebook platform that, there has been a road traffic crash involving a 6 Axle fuel tanker that has blocked the Nsawam-Kumasi bound carriageway on Nsawam bybass. And the Accra-Kumasi bound traffic has been diverted onto the Kumasi-Accra bound lane.
Motorists and other vehicle Drivers were told and advised to be very cautious when approaching the dual carriage because the road has been converted into a single lane. And the also announced that, the national fire service and the Road Safety Management Service Limited were called to help remove and clear the debris on the road.
Also when all these institutions arrived at the scene the police service also reported it to Ghanaians so as to let them know the kind of work they are doing for the state.
The Ghana Police Service on this same issue took to their Facebook platform to tell Ghanaians that, the Axle Fuel Tanker that fell and blocked the Nsawam-Kumasi bound carriageway has successfully been recoverd and taken to a safe yard or to a different location and the spilled debris on the road has been cleared as well.
The Police Service thanked the Road Safety Management services, the Ghana National fire Service and commuters who were present to help clear the road for smooth movements of vehicles.
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