Mother Ghana since the beginning of this year had had herself and her children not spared by the sting and sorrowful impact of death. One of the major causes that had caused a huge loss for her(Ghana) is road accident. Here comes another one.
The deceased persons, who have not been identified, were riding in a tricycle, a.k.a aboboya, along the route when an over-speeding car from the Sogakope direction impacted with the tricycle, killing all three people on the spot.
Reports from Kasapa News shows the over-speeding vehicle was being driven by a Dabala junction-based Customs Officer who was pursuing another vehicle suspected of transporting illicit goods with his mates.
According to eyewitnesses, several teenagers in the vicinity grew enraged by the occurrence and set the truck on fire as shown in the photo necessitating the deployment of military and police forces to the scene to restore order.
When Kasapa News' Faisel Abdul-Iddrisu called the Sogakope Police Commander, he declined to comment on the matter.
Currently, the victims' bodies have been taken to the Sogakope District Hospital for preservation.
Source: Kasapa News
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