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A very unfortunate accident which occurred last night at a village near Yapei in the Savannah Region of Ghana has claimed 11 Lifes. The number of accidents recorded so far within the first quarter of the year is very alarming. People are losing lifes for almost everyday on our roads.
According to the police report, the incident took place at exactly around 7:00 pm on Tuesday in a village called Alipe near to Yapei. A speeding Toyota mini bus from Kumasi veered from it's lane and collided with a Tipper Truck after loosing control.
Following their reports, the police has stated that 11 persons have perished at the spot consisting of 9 male adults including the driver, 1 female adult and a child. Three other persons who were seriously injured was rushed to the Yapei community hospital and was later transferred to the Tamale teaching hospital for treatment. The bodies of dead victims were also transferred to the Tamale teaching hospital for be stored in the morgue.
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