Husband, wife and baby who died in Dompoase accident buried

Husband, wife and baby who died in Dompoase accident buried

- A husband, his wife, and daughter who died in the Dompoase accident have been buried

- The deceased family was buried at Akuapem Akropong in the Eastern region

- The couple left behind two other children, a 10-year-old boy and seven-year-old girl

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It was tears and heartbreak as three members of the same family who died in a fatal accident at Dompoase on the Cape-Coast-Takoradi Highway were thrown buried on Saturday, February 29, 2020.

The three Isaac Ansah Awuku, his wife Martha Ninson and their 8-month-old baby, Otempa Adepa died in the accident which occurred on the night of Tuesday, January 20, 2020.

The family was travelling from Accra to Takoradi where the man worked at the harbour for COCOBOD.

Weeks after their unfortunate accident, the deceased were laid to rest at the ICGC cemetery at Akropong Akuapem in the Eastern region after a solemn ceremony.

During the burial ceremony, family and friends could not just control themselves as many of them broke down in tears as the caskets of the deceased were lowered into their graves.

The couple left behind two children, a 10-year-old boy and a seven-year-old girl who was also involved in the accident and sustained severe leg injuries and had to be transferred to the Korle-Bu Teaching hospital for further treatment.

Husband, wife and baby who died in Dompoase accident buried

Photo source: Ghanaxtra.com
Source: UGC

As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, about 34 people died with many others injured in the unfortunate accident.

The dead were made up of 20 males, 11 females and three children. Information at the time revealed that 29 people died on the spot while the remaining died at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital.

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