A young man has died with one other sustaining critical injury after falling off the newly constructed pokuase interchange on Saturday afternoon.
The external operations manager for the zhongmei engineering group limited,contractors of the pokuase interchange project, Desmond yaw Hodanu Bedi, said he saw the two men speeding from the Awoshie section of the interchange on an unregistered motorbike.
He added that, both fell at the same time, leaving one dead and other severely injured.According to eyewitness per their assessment the two may have been on drugs.
"These gentlemen, were coming from the Awoshie section and were over speeding or on drugs with an unregistered motorbike which put them in a more serious situation, because you wouldn't be in that curve of 40km/h, and you may fall just like that, I 'm very sure they were on drugs and over speeding too.one of the eyewitness told Accra Base citi FM news.
He said an ambulance showed up to convey the two, both the deceased and the injured to the hospital.
The police came to the incident scene to maintain law and order after the two has been conveyed away.news sources from myjoyonline.com
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