- A fatal accident involving a car and a motorbike in Accra has been captured on camera
- The car was moving slowly but the motorbike was on top speed which caused the collision
- Thousands of people have been reacting to the footage
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A footage of a live accident that occurred in Accra and got captured on camera has surfaced on social media and is fast gathering thousands of reactions.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of Joy 99.7 FM, there was a clash between a robust four-wheel drive and an overspeeding motorbike.
A crowd quickly gathered at the scene together with police and military officials who made sure the victims were transported to the hospital immediately.
See the footage below [viewer discretion advised]:
See some comments on the video below:
Stephen Appiah said:
if you watch it critically the driver moved before the traffic light, you could see clearly that the taxi driver was quite slow waiting for the green light, i think that driver was too quick when it was not yet green
Orlando Pirates Nii Tackie indicated:
I hope this video will inspire the rest so they allow their stupidity to kill them.
Koffi Sedem opined that:
We need more education on how to handle emergency situations, so no one knows they have to call 911. I suppose these surveillance cameras have emergency detection systems to alert the appropriate units
Mic Asass mentioned that:
I'm really saddened by this, for one to lose his life in such a horrible way. Lord have mercy!
Sharing the story with YEN.com.gh, Hanifa indicated that the incident happened on March 23, 2021, when the maid was alone with the four-year-old at home.
After inflicting the wounds on the child's head and thighs, the house help locked her up so that nobody would hear her cry and tried stopping the blood by pressing an object against her head.
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