One more individual has passed on in a mishap including a few allies of the resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC) bringing the loss of life to seven.
The person in question, Yussif Alhassan, matured 25, kicked the bucket soon after he was raced to the Sekyedumase Government Hospital for treatment.
Six others kicked the bucket at the spot. They have been distinguished as Vampire Tayomi, 40, Kwabena Bolasson matured 32, Isahaku Begpo, 43 and Ibrahim Muhammed, matured 30.
The rest is 43-year-old Suleman Dagomgba and Yussif Fusseini matured 46.
The occurrence happened at Frante on the Sekyedumase–Aframso interstate Saturday – only 24 hours after a comparative episode happened in the New Edubiase Constituency.
The truck with enrollment number AS 2145 G was passing on allies of the principle resistance to a close by town where banner conveyor John Mahama is relied upon to address a mammoth convention as a feature of his mission visit through the decision gathering’s fortress.
Film acquired by dailymailgh.com shows the toppled vehicle on one roadside, close to the Aframso graveyard while the people in question, which incorporate ladies, lying on the other draining abundantly in torment.
Crisis administrations were conveyed to the scene as they race with time to save the dying, a few local people who hurried to the scene told dailymailgh.com.
“The harmed are at the Ejura Government Hospital getting treatment”, a casualty who wished not to be named said.
“There are fears the loss of life could rise, it is a horrible scene”, the casualty expressed in a previous meeting.
The Ashanti Regional Police Command likewise affirmed the news to dailymailgh.com. It said five people kicked the bucket at the scene.
“Some are in basic condition. Our men are on the ground to pass on the expired to the funeral home”, said Ashanti Regional Commander of the Motor Traffic Transport Unit Superintendent Emmanuel Adu Boahene in a prior meeting with dailymailgh.com.
It stays indistinct what caused the mishap. Groups of the perished have been kept at the St. Theresa’s Hospital at Nkoranza for post-mortem.
The NDC flagbearer John Mahama has since visited enduring casualties who are getting treatment at isolated emergency clinics.