Accidents are killing more people in Ghana than Covid-19, but no one is paying attention to it. According to reports from the Ashanti region, a tipper truck carrying sand collided head-on with a sprinter bus on a hairpin curve. The sprinter bus, which had nearly full capacity of passengers, was entirely destroyed beyond repair due to the severity of the crash.
Many of the passengers suffered severe injuries, according to Sarkodie, an eyewitness and a correspondent for Angel Fm, and one unfortunate young man died. He went on to say that the dead died instantly as a result of the accident's impact. He said that his head had been severed from his body.
The tipper truck, as well as the sprinter car, contributed to the injuries sustained in the crash. The tipper car driver's left hand was nearly severed.
The injured passengers have been sent to a local hospital for treatment, while the deceased have been transferred to the mortuary.
From a critical standpoint, it is clear that the accident was severe because the tipper truck's bucket dislodged itself from the truck's body.
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