Blame us for cement-loading ambulance saga - Car servicing company confesses

Blame us for cement-loading ambulance saga - Car servicing company confesses

- A car servicing company says it is to blame for the viral ambulance video

- The company says the ambulance in question was in their custody for servicing

- Police investigations are ongoing into the matter

It turns out that the video of unknown men offloading cement bags from an ambulance was not the fault of the Ambulance Service.

This follows a press statement issued by a car servicing company, Service Ghana Autogroup Limited.

According to the company, the ambulance in question developed fault on the day it was commissioned and has been in their custody since.

“The vehicle got a gearbox problem which was under warranty. We had it in wait until the gearbox was imported and fitted. After repair works were completed, a mandatory test drive was conducted from Mamprobi to Kasoa. It was during the test drive that the driver committed that dastardly act.”

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The company goes on to say that; “the Ghana National Ambulance Service is not to blame but rather Service Ghana Autogroup Liited”.

Meanwhile, the company in question has called for more investigations as they have rendered an unqualified apology to the Ambulance Service and staff.

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The Tema Motorway has recorded yet another vehicular accident. This time, a fuel tanker colliding over the slipper road together with a tipper truck filled with sand.

No fatalities have been recorded yet. The accident caused massive traffic along the motorway for hours. Police, the fire service and toll trucks were later on the scene to clear the trucks off the street, quench possible fires from the fuel tanker and ease traffic along the stretch.

A similar accident happened on Friday, June 4, which resulted in the death of a passenger after a tipper truck rammed into a trotro bus on the motor way. The death of the passenger was blamed on the delay of the ambulance service.

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