Mahama visits surviving victims of fatal Kintampo accident

Mahama visits surviving victims of fatal Kintampo accident

- President John Dramani Mahama has visited surviving victims of the Kintampo accident receiving treatment in hospital

- Government has thus donated relief items worth GH₵ 100, 000.

- The fatal Kintampo accident is feared to have killed about 65 passengers

Mahama visits surviving victims of fatal Kintampo accident

Government has presented relief items to all surviving victims of the fatal crash

President John Dramani Mahama has visited surviving victims of the fatal Kintampo accident in which over 60 passengers lost their lives.

President Mahama, accompanied by senior members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) including the General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia and the Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah took the opportunity to donate to all victims at a tune of GH₵ 100, 000.

Mahama visits surviving victims of fatal Kintampo accident

President Mahama having a moment with one of the young surviving victims

All surviving victims have been admitted at the Sunyani Government Hospital and the Holy Family Hospital in Sunyani with those with severe injuries documented to have been transferred to Accra for intensive care.

Mahama visits surviving victims of fatal Kintampo accident

Mahama trying his best to hear the shocking story of a female surviving victim

The fatal accident at Kintampo in the Brong Ahafo region claimed over 65 lives. The accident involved a Kumasi bound Metro Mass bus collided head on with a truck carrying tomatoes believed to be traveling from Navrongo.

Mahama visits surviving victims of fatal Kintampo accident

The president extending fatherly concern to a young male victim in pain

The incident which occurred 8:00 pm Wednesday night also saw several of the passengers trapped in the mangled bus as the locals struggled to cut the vehicles to retrieve the dead and those alive.

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