The surviving mate of the VVIP bus in Kintampo road accident tells story

The surviving mate of the VVIP bus in Kintampo road accident tells story

A survivor of the gory Kintampo-Techiman road accident has opened up on how the whole incident happened.

Akorsah Kwabena Christian was the bus conductor (mate) of one of the VVIP buses involved in last Friday’s (March 22, 2019) accident.

Narrating what happened in an interview with Kofi TV, he said their bus loaded from Circle en route to Tamale.

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He said while on the Techiman road, he saw another bus, coming from the North, speeding towards their lane.

He said although their driver tried to veer off a bit to create space for the approaching driver, it wasn’t enough as the approaching bus collided with theirs.

According to him, he could barely hear anything after the accident until he found himself lying outside the bus with people screaming for help.

Akorsah said he tried to locate his master, the driver, but found out he was already dead.

Many people were reported dead last Friday, March 22, 2019 following separate road accidents in two regions.

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Both accidents claimed close to 70 lives, with many more sustaining various degrees of injuries following the incident.

The first accident occurred in the early hours of Friday (around 2:00 AM) in the new Bono East region following a head-on collision between two buses.

Hours later on the same day, a second gory accident was reported at Ekumfi Dunkwa of the Central region.

Meanwhile, the police say the survivors are currently receiving treatment at the Holy Family Hospital in Techiman and the Government Hospital in Wenchi.

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Source: Yen

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