KNUST: Student in critical condition after he fell from first floor of Conti Hall (Video)

KNUST: Student in critical condition after he fell from first floor of Conti Hall (Video)

- A male student is battling for his life after he fell off from the first floor of the Unity Hall in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

- A video of the incident on Twitter shows a bloodstained floor in Unity Hall popularly known as Conti Hall

- Tweeps have headed to the comment section to commiserate with the student involved

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A male student is battling for his life after he fell off from the first floor of Unity Hall popularly known as Conti Hall in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

The unfortunate incident occurred on Saturday, March 27, however, details of the student and the cause of the incident are yet to be known.

YEN.com.gh gathers that the student is in a critical condition as he battles for his life.

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KNUST: Student in critical condition after he fell from first floor of Conti Hall
KNUST: Student in critical condition after he fell from first floor of Conti Hall. Image: Watsuptek KNUST
Source: Twitter

In a video online, some persons in Conti Hall where the incident occurred could be seen taking videos of the bloodstained floor.

The bizarre incident has left many utterly devastated as many have headed to the comment section on Twitter to commiserate with the student involved.

Twitter user, Kumasi Mayweather gives a narration of what he witnessed.

He writes, ''I dey the ground floor entrance then I heard something heavy hit the ground then people started shouting wey I go checkout and see blood all over the place. It's serious since the person hit the floor with the head.''

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