Chilling video shows huge rocks hanging loosely from truck on streets of Accra

Chilling video shows huge rocks hanging loosely from truck on streets of Accra

- A truck that was conveying loosely-hanging rocks via the GIMPA Road in Accra has been captured on camera

- In the footage, it appeared as though the rock could easily topple over with the littlest impact by any external force

- The most suspenseful moment in the video was when a motorbike rider risked his life to get really close to the truck

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A heartwrenching video showing loosely-hanging rocks packed in a truck that was on transit on a principal street in Accra has surfaced on social media.

In the footage that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube handle of SV TV Africa, the recorder expressed great concerns regarding the observation.

The look in the video appeared that with the little impact on the car such as that given by a speed ramp, the block could easily topple over onto any bystander of a nearby vehicle.

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At the moment the video was being taken, a motorbike rider was captured right on the GIMPA Road moving dangerously close to the nearly-fallen rock.

At the end of the footage, the SV TV Africa team managed to pull over beside the driver to explain the situation to him but it did not look like any action was taken to remedy the situation.

It is unclear why the road regulatory agencies have not clamped down on such activities that could easily lead to loss of lives and properties.

Chilling video shows huge rocks hanging loosely from truck on streets of Accra

Chilling video shows huge rocks hanging loosely from truck on streets of Accra Credit: YouTube, SV TV Africa
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In another captivating report by YEN.com.gh, Priscilla Abena Agyemang, a beautiful young Ghanaian with a master's degree now works as a mobile money vendor and very happily so.

In an interview with SV TV Africa monitored by YEN.com.gh, Priscilla indicated that she has been working as a mobile money agent for four good years now.

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She started in 2016 with a capital of GHc 2,000 after she studied Agriculture Education at the University of Education and got her master's degree in Food Science and Nutrition.

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