- Three people aboard a Mercedes-Benz saloon car reportedly got burnt after they were involved in an accident
- Two people were rescued from the vehicle
- The driver of the Mercedes-Benz reportedly ignored warning signals of an earlier accident on the road
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Three people aboard a Mercedes-Benz saloon car reportedly got burnt after they were involved in an accident on the Spintex road.
The accident happened on Saturday, March 20, 2021 around the Fashion City Furniture building.
Two people were however rescued from the vehicle when the accident happened and are reportedly in critical condition at the LEKMA Hospital.
It involved a DAF truck with registration number GT 3848 - D, a Nissan 4x4 with registration number GT 8558 - 20 and another saloon vehicle with registration number GN 3863-20.
According to a report filed by Graphic Online, the driver of the Mercedes-Benz ignored warning signals of an earlier accident on the road.
The report stated that the Benz run into a 20 footer container that had fallen unto the road after it took a wrongful turn and lost control running into two other vehicles.
The Benz caught fire and with the assistance of the Fire Service personnel, police managed to rescue one passenger.
In other news, three people sitting on a commercial motorbike, otherwise known as Okada have died in a crash.
In a report filed by CitiNews, eight others 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.
The three people involved in the accident were students of the Adeiso Presbyterian Senior High School in the Eastern Region.
The students who are between the ages of 16 and 18 are said to be in forms one, two, and three.
The 3 deceased students were riding on a motorcycle from Nsawam to Asamankese when they collided with a Hyundai H100 vehicle at Roman, a suburb of Adeiso.
An eyewitness at the scene of the accident said one of the Hyundai H100 vehicles, in an attempt to overtake the two other commercial vehicles, ran into the students who were aboard the motorbike.
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