Some 11 travellers are feared dead right after a cargo truck crashed into two buses at the Kyekyewere Local community stretch of the Accra to Kumasi Highways in the Japanese Region.
In excess of 50 other passengers are stated to be injured in the incident which transpired all-around 5:30 am, Tuesday.
According to eyewitnesses, a DAF Cargo Truck thought to be heading in direction of neighbouring Burkina Faso, burst a tyre creating the driver to get rid of management of the steering wheel.
The vehicle subsequently veered off its lane and crashed into the two buses entirely loaded with passengers from Kumasi to Accra.
An STC bus with registration range GE 8131-16 and an additional bus with registration number GT4997 -20 in their attempt to dodge the DAF Cargo truck crashed.
Previously, staff from the Ghana Law enforcement Support and the National Disaster Management Organisation (NaDMO) are on scene to aid control the circumstance.
Sources say when some of the victims involved in the accident have been despatched to the Nsawam and Suhum Authorities Hospitals, some bodies which ended up witnessed laying on the ground beside the automobiles have been conveyed to the morgue.
Speaking to JoyNews, a employees of NaDMO, Kwadwo Minta mentioned the workforce has succeeded in rescuing all passengers who ended up trapped in the vehicle.
“We obtained a distress simply call from an eyewitness, so the NaDMO workforce mobilised with the law enforcement and rushed to the scene.
“When we received in this article, there had been about ten dead bodies and we could not even come across the head of just about every and every single a single.
“The bodies that we counted at the scene was 10, then the NaDMO main had a get in touch with from the healthcare facility that just one experienced handed on, bringing the total to eleven (11).
“So you can picture an STC bus and a further KIA bus all totally loaded.
“So all these men and women have been moved to the Suhum Government Medical center and the Nsawam Federal government Clinic.