A bus driver has driven his passengers into a water body in Wassa Abrepo. The mini-bus was moving from Kumasi to Bogoso. According to the passengers, the driver was sick and they even asked him to pack and get some medicine but he decided to continue the journey.
Upon getting to a bridge, he lost control and drove into the water body. Residents in the village came to rescue the passengers and took them to the hospital. Most of the passengers were injured but the driver is said to be in a critical condition. Another passenger who is about a year old was also in critical condition.
The water body is the river Ankobra but due to galamsey activities, the water has been polluted with chemicals. The water itself can have on the passengers as they were submerged in the water. At that same spot, an okada rider lost his life when it crashed with a sprinter bus on the road.
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