One individual kicked the bucket on Saturday morning at Agona Swedru in the Central Region after a speeding unregistered Toyota Corolla corolla vehicle hit and drove two sweethearts into the Akora River.
The actual vehicle, which had three people, dove into the river.
A subsequent individual, suspected to be dead, is the female who was remaining with the sweetheart and was thumped and driven into the stream.
The individual affirmed dead is one of the occupants of the Toyota Corolla vehicle which was associated with the mishap. He passed on at the medical clinic.
The boyfriend of the woman is reacting to treatment at the Agona Swedru Government Hospital after he was protected from the waterway along with the three tenants of the vehicle.
The driver of the Toyota Corolla, along with two different inhabitants, yet to be distinguished, was ready the vehicle which was moving from the Texaco heading towards Chapel Square.
The occurrence occurred around 2:am.
The darlings were remaining before a shop on the left half of the street towards the fundamental Swedru connect across the stream.
As per data assembled by Graphic Online, the driver of the Toyota Camry, who was driving at maximum velocity, in the wake of starting a sharp, bendlet completely go and veered off his path to one side, hit the two sweethearts and a shop before entering the stream around 2:am.
Authority of the Agona West Municipal Office of the National Disaster Management Organization, Moses Akomanyi, who was at the scene, said the vehicle was towed around 6:am and has since been moved to the Swedru Divisional Unit of the Motor Traffic and Transport Department of the Ghana Police Service.
Police are currently investigating the case.
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