Just this morning, reports reaching the front desk of social media shows a VIP bus torn apart in a gory accident on the Amen Asafo road in the Eastern Region, leaving 16 passengers dead with others severely injured.
It's so sad, according to reports from utvghana's Michael Akrofi, the incident took place in the early hours of today, Friday, February 26,2021, around 2-3:00am. According to Micheal, narrating how the incident happened siad, two VIP buses, one heading towards Kumasi and the other heading towards Accra, the one heading towards Accra tried to overtake a certain car.
In the process it met the one heading towards Kumasi, this led to the crush as both busses haphazardly tore apart causing serious damage to innocent lives and properties. Police and ambulance who came to the rescue recorded 16 instant death, including drivers of both busses, with others severely injured.
Micheal explaining what situation looks like, said there is pool of blood all over the scene, making it difficult to breathe, with some inner organ of victims all over the place. He said some of the surviving victims suffered broken leg and other ugly deformation.
While the ambulances were conveying the surviving victims to the hospital, ie. Koforidua Government Hospital, suhum.. message were sent to both stations to trace and inform families of the victims to identify their love ones in the various hospitals.
See photos from the scene below.>>>>>>>
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