- A Thursday afternoon accident involving a truck and a saloon car on the Accra-Kasoa road has caused traffic on the stretch
- There are no reports of casualties but police officers and personnel of the fire service are at the scene to help victims
- Images of the accident that have gone viral show the big truck sitting on the relatively small saloon car
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An enormous delivery truck has fallen on top of a relatively small saloon car on the Accra-Kasoa road, which eyewitnesses say is the result of a gruesome accident.
The incident happened on Thursday, April 14, 2022, close to Jayee University, but the details are scanty.
Reports say the big truck failed its brakes and ran into the saloon car.
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There are no reports of casualties, but police officers and the National Fire Service personnel are at the scene to help the victims and direct traffic that is fast building up.
The Thursday afternoon incident has already caused heavy traffic on the Accra-Kasoa stretch of the N1 road.
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Malaolu was full of sadness in the video, saying the accident took so much from him even as it also affected his teenage son so badly.
He lost an arm and an eye to the fatal accident and since then, life has never been the same. However, Malaolu said the situation would have been better if the fatal event affected only him and not his son.
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According to Western Region-based Connect FM, two vehicles, a truck and a commercial vehicle caught fire shortly after the head-on collision.
The report said police and personnel of the fire service were at the scene to rescue any surviving passengers.
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