It obvious most drivers needs more education on their so called profession on the grounds that, too much road accidents is taking lives of innocent citizens as over 700 persons have died from road accidents in just three months in this year, 2021.
Over the weekend, sad news that hit us was from the University Of Cape Coast as it was reported that, a level 100 student have been knocked down by a speeding vehicle.
She was not report dead after the sad incident happened but she was said to have been in a critical condition following how the vehicle was over speeding when she was knocked down on the highway.
Late Priscilla Owusu
According to report, she was rushed to the hospital for medical attention but unfortunately she was pronounced dead yesterday, April 13, 2021 after three days of treatment in the hospital.
The sad incident is said to have happened at Ayensudo, a town in Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abirem Municipal District, near the UCC Satellite Campus Of The Nduom School Of Business And Technology where she was in the company of her friends to buy some food items when the sprinter bus which was overtaking another car knocked her down.
The University Of Cape Coast in a press statement have confirm the sad incident as they send their condolences to the family of the deceased, Priscilla Owusu Achia, 19.
May her soul Rest In Peace.
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