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Ghana: 2 Die in Accident on Menuso-kadjebi Road
Following a head-on incident that occurred between a taxicab and a motorbike on the Menuso- Kadjebi route in the Oti Region, the pillion passenger on the motorbike passed away and the rider sustained serious injuries. Mary Simpson, a merchant who was 52 years old and a resident of Anfoega in the North Dayi District of the Volta Region, has been named as the person who passed away, while Mawuli Gator, also from Anfoega, is the person who was hurt in the incident.
There were five law enforcement officers present at the scene of the accident on Tuesday, led by Chief Inspector Emmanuel Agbewodi from the Kadjebi Police Station. The Ghana News Agency attended the scene of the accident. According to a source within the police department, the incident took place in the Kadjebi District community of Tsatsa Nkwanta, which is located between Menuso and Okada.
At the time of the accident, the cab driver, whose name was supplied as Hukporti, alias “Land guard,” from Kadjebi, was on his way to Please-Cement. According to the preliminary findings of the investigation, the taxi cab had drifted out of its lane before colliding head-on with the motorcycle.
The vehicle has been taken into custody, and the suspect is being held for questioning and assistance with the investigation. The body of Timpon had been transported to the St. Mary Theresa Hospital in Dodi-Papase for the purpose of embalming and preservation.
An accident that occurred on Tuesday afternoon on the Cape Coast-Winneba route, in the Central Region, claimed the lives of two people in the vicinity of the Apam Junction intersection. At the time of the accident, which took place at approximately 2:27 p.m., the vehicle involved was a taxi cab with the registration number GS 5436-19. The taxi was headed in the direction of Accra from the area of Mankessim.
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