The country has been experiencing road accidents day in and day out as a result of bad nature of the roads and some attitudes of drivers.
Education about how to reduce or end road accidents are always being trumpeted but it seems the situation is not yielding anything better in the country.
News coming in indicate that there has been a serious accident at Damongo Fufulso road in the Savannah Region.
According to the report as sighted by Ghana National Fire Service Facebook page monitored by Calvert, the accident involved a Kia Rhino Truck with registration number AS 9529-11 which collided with pickup with the registration number GV 467-17.
Preliminary investigation suggest that the affected kia Rhino loaded with charcoal with a top speed has its break failed after descending a small mountain, which made the driver to lose control of the steering wheel and suddenly collided with the pickup.
No death has been confirmed but others were injured severely and were rushed to the Damongo hospital receiving medical attention.
Looking at the nature of the accident Indeed it was God that saved them.
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