- Four persons have lost their lives in a gory motor accident on the Kumasi-Techiman road
- It occurred after a Yutong bus had a head-on collision with a Mitsibushi Pajero vehicle
- Among the fatalities recorded is a 45-year-old Spanish citizen who has been identified as Reuben
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Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that four persons have lost their lives in a gory motor accident on the Kumasi-Techiman road.
The accident occurred after a Yutong bus had a head-on collision with a Mitsibushi Pajero vehicle, on Sunday, August 16, 2020.
Among the fatalities recorded is a 45-year-old Spanish citizen who has been identified as Reuben, who was reportedly returning from the Upper West Region with a Ghanaian colleague when they both met their untimely death.
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The impact caused the bus to burst in flames, killing one person on the spot while two were pronounced dead on arrival by medics at the Nkensu Government Hospital in the Offinso North District of the Ashanti region.
Four others are responding to treatment at the hospital while other victims have been transferred to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
The Kumasi-Techiman road is a known accident-prone area which has led to the death of several Ghanaians.
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In another report, a 54-year-old video of a race that Ghana won during the Commonwealth Games after beating the likes of Australia and Jamaica has surfaced.
According to a report by citisportsonline.com, the 1966 race actually saw Ghana as the favourites to win the gold medal during that finals.
It turns out that the race 4x110 meter relay which was finished with a time of 39.8 was a new record that Ghana set by breaking its own previous record.
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Source: Yen News