2 KNUST students die in car crash on campus; 3 others seriously injured

2 KNUST students die in car crash on campus; 3 others seriously injured

- 2 KNUST students have died in a car crash that occurred on campus, leaving 3 others seriously injured as a result of the sad incident

- It is indicated that the driver of the private saloon car was negotiating a sharp curve when he accidentally veered off and ran into a huge tree

- The three students who survived the crash but sustained injuries were immediately rushed to the hospital

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Two students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have died after they were involved in a car crash on campus on the dawn of Saturday, March 27, 2021.

According to citifmonline.com, three other occupants of the private vehicle the students were driving in are receiving treatment at the hospital.

The Motor Traffic and Transport Department of the Ghana Police Service confirmed that one of the occupants who are in critical condition has been transferred to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital while two others are receiving treatment at the KNUST hospital.

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2 KNUST students die in car crash on campus; 3 others seriously injured
2 KNUST students die in car crash on campus; 3 others seriously injured
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The police have also indicated that out of the five persons who were in the vehicle, four were KNUST students while one was a University of Ghana student.

The three students who survived the crash but sustained injuries were immediately rushed to the hospital.

Other investigations have also shown that the driver of the vehicle was attempting to negotiate a sharp curve when he accidentally ran into a huge tree.

In a separate report, a gentleman identified on Facebook by the name Nathan Kuma has recounted how he was discriminated against when he was a student at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

According to Nathan, it all started when he was having his undergraduate studies in level 200 and the Head of Department came to announce that locks and hats were banned.

Nathan recounts different incidents of how his lecturers would shout at him on different occasions just because of his hairstyle.

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