- Day in day out the country records cases of accidents on our roads
- An accident is reported to have occurred on the Busunu-Damango road
- It is suspected that the vehicle laying upside down probably somersaulted off the main road into a nearby bush
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Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that a fatal accident has occurred on the Busunu-Damango road.
Photos sighted by YEN.com.gh as shared by Adom TV on their Instagram handle showed a blue 23-seater sprinter bus turned upside down with luggage suspected to be that of passengers who were aboard the vehicle lying about.
Aside from the photo that was shared, the station failed to add further details of the accident.
It is however suspected that the sprinter commercial vehicle laying upside down probably somersaulted off the main road into a nearby bush thereby ending in that position.
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YEN.com.gh is, however, unable to prove whether or not any life has been claimed in the accident.
Road accidents have become something really common in Ghana quite recently as day in day out, there are various reports of accidents and lives being lost.
Just recently 6 persons were reported dead on the Mankessim-Apam road, with several others seriously injured and in critical conditions.
Later that day, another one occurred on the Accra-Tema Motorway claiming the lives of 5 people and leaving others severely injured.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that about thirty-four people have died with many others injured in an accident that happened at 12:15 am Tuesday, January 14, 2020, on the Cape Coast-Takoradi Highway.
According to reports, among the dead are 20 males, 11 females and three children. Further information revealed that 29 people died on the spot while the remaining died at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital.
Eyewitnesses said one driver died instantly with one of them having his body trapped in the mangled vehicle.
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