A deadly accident occurred at the Agogo Hwediem high street yesterday evening (Monday), September 27 and it has led to the displacement of one (1) life and another seriously injured.
The accident occurred between a tricycle popularly known as pragya in Ghana with the registration number M-12-AW 5443 and private car.
The fault was said to come from the tricycle because the rider attempted to do overtaking on a high street whiles the private car was speeding to it's destination.
Whiles the rider was overtaking a vehicle ahead of him, the private car was speeding at the opposite direction and unfortunately, the rider failed in attempt to overtake the vehicle and crashed into the private car.
This was a deadly accident because both vehicles destroyed massively, leading to the death of the rider whiles the driver of the private car was injured severely.
See the pictures below
The rider now deceased, has been deposited to the morgue and the driver was quickly rushed to the hospital for medical treatment.
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