- It is exactly 15 years today, September 8, 2020, since actress Suzzy Williams passed away
- The actress passed away from injuries she sustained in a car crash
- Ghanaians have remembered the actress on the 15th anniversary of her passing
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A section of Ghanaians have taken to social media to remember once bubbly actress, Suzzy Williams on the anniversary of her passing.
Suzzy Williams, a compatriot of Nana Ama McBrown, passed away on September 8, 2005, after a car crash on the La-Nungua, precisely around the La Palm Royal Beach area.
Reports at the time indicated that the actress was travelling in a Mitsubishi Pajero with her Liberian boyfriend, Edwin Eastman, when their car skidded off the road and somersaulted.
After the incident which happened around 1:00 am, Suzzy Williams rushed to the hospital but she succumbed to her injuries in passed away at about 10:00 am
Aged only 23, Williams was one of the most sought-after actresses and had her whole career and life before her.
As one of the most-loved actresses of her time, William's untimely demise hurt a lot of fans and Ghanaians in general.
It is no wonder that fans still fondly remember her 15 years after passing.
In many posts on social media, some Ghanaians have been sharing photos of the late actress with different kinds of messages.
One of the posts which has caught attention is a photo collage from popular Instagram blog, Sweet Maame Adwoa.
The photo has Williams to the left with the she was riding which had been left mangled to the top right. Below the car is the photo of William's boyfriend.
Meanwhile, Cecilia Williams, the mother of late Suzzy Williams, recently opened up about her daughter's untimely passing.
While the actress always been known to have have passed away through the injuries she sustained in the crash, her mother thinks otherwise.
In an interview with Stacy Amoateng on her Restoration Show, Suzzy's mother revealed that her daughter did not pass naturally from her injuries.
According to Madam Cecilia, when she got to the hospital after the accident, Suzzy was alive but in a critical condition.
The sad-looking mother narrated that after some time, she saw a fair-looking lady placing a syringe into the nose of Suzzy after which she died.
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