- One person is reported dead after an accident occurred on the Buipe-Tamale highway
- Another accident occurred at Adelakope, near Akuse Junction, in the Yilo Krobo Municipality
- The Akuse accident led to the death of two people
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The spate of accident these days is becoming quite worrying day in day out.
On a daily basis, there are various news reports of road carnages in separate parts of the country.
An accident has occurred on the Buipe-Tamale highway in the Central Gonja District of the Savannah Region.
The accident claimed the life of one person and left two other people in critical condition.
According to a report filed by Graphic.com.gh, the accident occurred at Mile 40, near the Fulfulso Junction.
The injured people are in critical condition on admission at the Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH).
Meanwhile, at Akuse, a male and female died in an accident that occurred at Adelakope, near Akuse Junction, in the Yilo Krobo Municipality.
The accident involved a Mercedes Benz Sprinter bus which was heading to Kpassa from Ashaiman.
Upon reaching Adelakope, the front right tyre of the bus burst and the driver lost control, causing the vehicle to veer off its lane into the bush where it hit a tree.
Seven others made up of three males and four female passengers, who sustained various degrees of injury were admitted at the Akuse Government Hospital for medical attention.
In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that three white people believed to be foreigners had died in a fatal accident.
The unfortunate incident occurred on the Cape Coast - Winneba Highway at Gomoa Okyereko in the Central region.
An eyewitness said the three foreigners, a man, and two women were aboard a Toyota Prado with registration GN 3966-17.
The Prado reportedly collided with a long truck at Okyereko Junction whiles trying to overtake a vehicle ahead of it. Their bodies have been deposited at the morgue.
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