-A report believed to be coming from the police in relation to the accident involving Ebony has been sighted
-The report indicated that the heap of sand caused the accident
-Ebony and 2 others lost their lives in the accident but the driver survived
In the aftermath of the gory accident which caused the untimely death of Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng and two other occupants of a Jeep vehicle, a police report has recounted what really happened.
In a wireless message sighted on Facebook, it was reported that the accident which killed the award-winning dancehall act and 2 others, was caused by a heap of sand.
According to the report, the heap of sand was on the ear of the road and was being used for maintenance.
The report went on to reveal that the driver of the Jeep, in swerving the heap of sand, moved to the opposite lane only to graze a portion of the VIP bus.
The impact from the collision is said to have plunged the Jeep into the railings of the road leading to the deaths of 3 out of 4 occupants in the vehicle.
The police report placed the time of the accident at 11:45 PM on February 8.
Some eyewitnesses who were at the scene of the accident revealed that the police arrived after they received calls of the car crash.
An eyewitness who spoke to Accra-based UTV revealed that the police came along with a cutlass with which they tried cutting the Jeep open.
The Ghana National Fire Service stationed in Bechem was called upon to help rescue the occupants of the Jeep. Reinforcement from the Sunyani GNFS were later joined in the rescue efforts.
The deceased were pulled out of the mangled Jeep with the driver, who happened to be the only survivor of the accident rushed to the hospital for medical attention.
Ebony died alongside her childhood friend, Franklina Nkansah and air force official, Francis Atsu Vondee.
The 20-year old musician was a Ghanaian dancehall artist widely known for her hit songs "Poison" and "Kupe", she was discovered by Bullet, a member of Ruff n Smooth fame.
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