- Two people are feared dead after a Trotro crashed into the rear of a broken-down trailer
- The incident occurred near the Tesano Police station around 4:30 am on Wednesday, April 14, 2021
- The trailer loaded with bags of onion from Togo had broken down at the same spot since yesterday
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News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that at least two people are feared dead after a commercial vehicle popularly referred to as Trotro crashed into the rear of a broken-down trailer.
The unfortunate incident occurred near the Tesano Police station in Accra at around 4:30 am today, Wednesday, April 14, 2020.
According to a report filed by CitiNews, the trailer loaded with bags of onion from Togo had broken down at the same spot a day before the accident.
A rapid response team from the police and the Ambulance service worked together to retrieve the trapped body of the driver.
One other body had been removed by police from the accident scene.
Five people were reported dead in a fatal accident at Obretema near Suhum in an earlier report filed by YEN.com.gh.
The accident occurred on the Accra-Kumasi Highway at Obretema near Suhum in the Eastern Region, claiming the lives of several people.
The gory accident occurred on Sunday, April, 12, 2021.
According to a Starr News report, a Mercedes Sprinter bus with registration number GW 7444-21 en route Accra from Kumasi, unfortunately, had its offside rear tyre wearing off at Obretema while driving at top speed.
The driver identified as Eric Ohemang, 35, lost control of the steering wheel, causing the vehicle to summersault, killing people on the spot.
The report indicated that three males and two female adults who were passengers of the sprinter bus died on the spot.
The accident, however, left several people including the driver injured.
In other news, the Eastern Region Police has arrested two persons in connection to the trafficking of human parts.
The suspects, Awatey David Okra, 22, a driver and Amenuvor Nicholas, 20, were arrested by residents of Kwamekyere, a community in the Ayensuano District upon a tip off. T
The police says it all happened when a search was done of their luggage which turned out to contain suspected human bones.
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