The people who got injured in an accident involving the Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia's convoy have been treated and discharged.
According to Gideon Boako, Dr Bawumia’s spokesperson, security personnel and passengers who got injured in the accident have been treated and discharged after being rushed to Cape Coast Teaching Hospital.
Dr Bawumia's convoy was involved in fatal accident at Asemasa near Beposo in the Western Region on Saturday night.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, an urvan bus ran into one of the vehicles in the convoy resulting in the accident.
While the vice president escaped unhurt, the driver of the urvan bus was confirmed dead. Some passengers in the bus and members of the security detail of Dr Bawumia got injured.
Latest reports sighted on Myjoyonline.com confirm that all the five injured persons who were admitted have been discharged.
The three men and two women had their injuries – on the head, shoulder and other minor scratch and bruises – all been treated.
“The vice president’s thoughts and prayers are with the injured and the family of the deceased,” the vice president's spokesperson is quoted to have said.
Dr Bawumia was returning from official duties in the Western Region when the accident occurred.
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