- A Ghanaian nurse, Suuk Mouricia, has died leaving family and friends in tears
- Mouricia who is a nurse at the Tamale West Hospital is reported to have died in a bizarre accident on Tuesday, November 23, 2020
- She was run over by a tipper truck while on her way to night duty
- Tributes have been pouring in for Mouricia since the news of her passing came up
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A Ghanaian nurse known as Suuk Mouricia has reportedly passed away under the most painful circumstances.
Suuk Mouricia who works at the Tamale West Hospital was run over by a tipper truck while going to work.
According to The Ghana Nurse, a Facebook page with updates about Ghanaian nurses, Mouricia was on her way for night duty went the unfortunate incident happened.
The incident is reported to have happened on the evening of Tuesday, November 24, 2020.
Later information YEN.com.gh has come across concerning Mauricia's passing indicates that she worked at the children's ward.
Following the news of Mauricia's death, many of her colleagues, friends, and other people who knew have been left heartbroken.
Enoch Awedaga was pained by Mouricia's death in the line of duty:
Umar, a work colleague, narrated how cordial Mouricia was towards him:
Kennedy wished Mouricia a farewell while indicating that her death has coincided with the death of another three years ago:
Wisdom who worshipped with Mouricia at the Sanctuary of Wind and Fire Assemblies of God Church in Tamale talked about their relationship:
The death of Mouricia is coming after another beautiful Ghanaian nurse popularly known as Eva Duah passed on due to asthma.
Eva Duah, also known as Nana Afia Amponmah, was reportedly a free soul, who always wanted to see others smiling and loved attending weddings and other gatherings.
Photos sighted by YEN.com.gh of the beautiful nurse show that she was truly full of life.
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