- Two drivers have died in a fatal accident on the Akyem Asafo stretch of the Accra-Kumasi Highway Wednesday dawn
- The Bus was en route to Accra from Kumasi but unfortunately ran into the rear of a stationary articulated truck in the middle of the road
- The driver of the STC Bus, Victor Quest, and his assistant driver, Joshua Tay died on the spot
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News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that two drivers have died in a fatal accident on the Akyem Asafo stretch of the Accra-Kumasi Highway Wednesday dawn.
The accident involved an Intercity Scania Marcopolo bus with registration number GE 8136-16 belonging to State Transport Company (STC).
According to a report filed by Starr News, the Bus was en route to Accra from Kumasi but unfortunately ran into the rear of a stationary truck in the middle of the road.
The articulated truck with registration number GC 7150-11 was reportedly abandoned on the road by its driver identified as Abdul Haruna when it broke down.
The driver of the STC Bus, Victor Quest, and his assistant driver, Joshua Tay died on the spot.
The bodies were removed from the bus and deposited at the Suhum Government Hospital mortuary for preservation and autopsy.
The injured passengers including the Police escort were rushed to the Kibi Government Hospital for treatment
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