Just recently, there is a trending incident that has virtually gone viral across all social media platforms in Ashanti Region, where details shows two cars that was involved in Gory Incident. It was revealed that one person was not involved in the accident, but under severe casualty, while two persons died after the accident. The victims of the accident was rushed to a particular hospital in the Ashanti Region, precisely at the Kumasi South hospital. But it was disheartening that they both later gave up the Ghost.
According to the information gathered, the two victims who were identified as Sampson (a 51 year old man), and 70 year old Mary Amoah, were at a drinking corner with some of their friends, when a car lost control from the road and headed at the spot where they were sitting. The driver of the car was said to be learning how to drive, as he lost control while navigating through the part, thus he ran into the restaurant where they were drinking.
Following the report issued by the Police, shows that the accident occured at Chirapatre in the "Asokwa" municipality of the Ashanti Region. Where the police are believed to have commenced further investigation, on how the accident took place. While the remains of the dead people have been deposited at the Mortuary in the region.
Furthermore, the Reactions gotten from some Ghanaians shows that, there are not happy over the Incident. Many people also condemned the fact that shops are built on the roadside, hence stated that those shops should be removed.
May the Gentle Soul of the deceased rest in Peace.
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