News coming in from Joy News indicates that, two nursing trainees from the Asankragwa Midwifery and Training College by names Priscilla Antwi Williams and Ellen Kwoffie have met their untimely death on Saturday, 15th January, 2022.
According to report, these nurses were up to the market place to get themselves some food stuffs and also get their hair braided.
On their return, a grader machine crashed their "pragya" vehicle. This resulted in the death of the two nursing trainees. Four other persons have also sustained some degrees of injuries and are at the hospital receiving treatment.
The driver of the grader machine is currently on the run. The Ghana Police is surely after this driver.
The bodies of the deceased have been deposited at the Catholic Hospital morgue.
This whole sad incident happened at Asankragkwa. The Police are currently investigating into this unfortunate incident.
May their souls rest in peace.
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