14 Died And Over 50 In Critical Condition As A Gory Accident Visits Kyekyewere


Approximately 14 travelers are dreaded dead after a freight truck collided with two means of transport at the Kyekyewere Community stretch of the Accra to Kumasi Highway.

More than 50 different travelers are supposed to be harmed in the mishap which happened around 5:30 am, Tuesday.

As indicated by observers, a DAF Cargo Truck accepted to head towards neighboring Burkina Faso, burst a tire; making the driver lose control of the guiding wheel.

The vehicle, therefore, veered off its path and collided with the two means of transport completely stacked with travelers from Kumasi to Accra.


An STC transport with enlistment number GE 8131-16 and another transport with enrollment number GT4997 – 20 in their endeavor to evade the DAF Cargo truck slammed.

The workforce from the Ghana Police Service and the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) were called to the scene to help control the circumstance.

Sources state a portion of the casualties associated with the mishap have been sent to the Nsawam and Suhum Government Hospitals.

The bodies laying on the ground alongside the vehicles have additionally been passed on to the mongue.

Addressing JoyNews, a NADMO staff, Kwadwo Minta said the group has prevailed with regards to safeguarding all travelers who were caught in the vehicle.

“We got a trouble call from an onlooker, so the NADMO group assembled with the police and raced to the scene.

“At the point when we arrived, there were around 10 bodies and we were unable to try and advise which head has a place with which body.

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“The bodies that we tallied at the scene were ten, at that point the NADMO boss had a call from the medical clinic that one more individual had passed on,” he said.

“Any reasonable person would agree the STC and KIA transport were both completely stacked thinking about the quantities of travelers,” he included.

Then, in a report on the circumstance, the Ayensuano District Police Commander, ASP Francis Kwadwo Nartey said the loss of life presently remains at 14.

As per him, two of the fatalities originated from the STC transport while the other 12 were from the KIA transport.

Say one word to our departed souls.



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