- Three people sitting on a motorbike have all died in a crash
- The accident occurred after a commercial bus collided with the motorcycle
- Eight others aboard a Hyundai bus also sustained various injuries
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News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that three people sitting on a commercial motorbike, otherwise known as Okada have died in a crash.
In a report filed by CitiNews, eight others have also sustained various degrees of injuries.
The accident reportedly occurred after a commercial bus known as trotro collided with a motorcycle at Adeiso in the Eastern Region.
According to the Adeiso District Police Command, all three of the deceased were on the same motorcycle when the crash happened
The Adeiso District Police Commander, ASP Baffour Awuah mentioned that the injured people are receiving medical attention at the Adeiso Government Health Centre and the Nsawam Government Hospital.
He added that they are currently in a stable condition.
“All the three persons who were on the motorbike lost their lives... we have been able to save eight people who were onboard the Hyundai vehicle,” he said.
A few days ago, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that eight people had been confirmed dead with 22 others sustaining various degrees of injuries in a gory accident on the Wa-Sawla highway in the Savannah Region.
The accident reportedly occurred on Thursday, March 18, 2021, at about 11:00 in the morning.
In a report filed by StarrNews, a Kumasi bound Sprinter bus with registration number AS 3022-15 somersaulted and crashed into a bush in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District of the Savannah Region.
According to an eye witness report, a wooden storage box fell off from another bus that overtook the Kumasi-bound Sprinter bus when it reached the outskirt of Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District.
Unfortunately, the Sprinter ran over the chop box, bursting a tyre.
The driver of the bus could however not control the direction of the vehicle as it ran into the bus and eventually killed some of its occupants and injured others.
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