- Mr Afful, a kind-hearted Ghanaian man has saved Tyna Duamorson, a man who was hit by a trailer in his car
- According to the survivor, the man was doing his morning jogging when the incident happened
- The car was fuming, so Mr Afful got him out of the car, took him to the hospital, and sent his car to the workshop
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A responsible and kind-hearted Ghanaian man identified simply as Mr Afful has been able to single-handedly save a man who was hit by a trailer and abandoned.
Narrating the story in the popular Facebook group, Tell It All, the victim whose name is Tyna Duamorson indicated that the trailer hit him from behind and landed him in two ditches.
When the incident occurred the morning of May 25, 2021, the trailer sped off but fortunately for Tyna, Mr Afful was on the route doing his usual morning jogging and witnessed what happened.
Instantly, the stranger with a golden heart rushed to pull Tyna out of the car to safety as the vehicle had begun getting covered in fumes.
According to the survivor, his rescuer did not only move him to safety from the car but also got him to the hospital and sent his car to the workshop for repairs.
Tyna prayed for Mr Afful wholeheartedly after narrating the story
"Mr Afful, the GOD that showed me mercy should bless you abundantly. You even called just this evening to check on me. Please anybody who knows this God-sent should tell him God's abundance of grace will forever be on him and his family", he said.
In another heartwarming report, Speciallady Awareness, a foundation led by Ghanaian philanthropist, Elizabeth Amoaa, has, in collaboration with Dan-DeVan Disability Foundation, donated medical supplies on May 25, 2021.
Exclusive information that is available to YEN.com.gh indicates that the kind gesture was expressed to the District Health Directorate at Asuogyaman - Atimpoku, in the Eastern Region.
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It is reported that the donation of wheelchairs and medical essentials to the healthcare units was supported by Odeneho Kwafo Akoto III Charity Foundation, Icann Brands & Events Innovation, Koodoo, and Kayatours Ghana.
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