Road Crash Two students in critical condition after Apam accident

The accident occurred on Monday when the driver of the Benz bus with the registration number AS 8823 – 10 skidded off the road into a bush after it came into contact with a Toyota bus landing on the driver’s side.

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Scores narrowly escape death in Apam accident

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At least 23 people are reported injured after a Sprinter Benz bus veered off the road into a nearby bush at the Gomoa Adam junction near Apam in the Central Region.

The accident occurred on Monday when the driver of the Benz bus with the registration number AS 8823 – 10 skidded off the road into a bush after it came into contact with a Toyota bus landing on the driver’s side.

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All the passengers, as well as, the driver of the vehicle suffered a varying degree of injuries.

National Road Safety Commission (NRSC)’s Central Regional Coordinator, Stephen Anokye said “Four students were in the Sprinter bus including three females and two males. Two of the female students are Edinaman SHS in Elmina.”

He added that two of the female students have been referred to Central Regional Hospital in Cape Coast for treatment.

The third student, he said, has been admitted to a hospital in Winneba with a stable condition.

“The fourth student schools at St Augustine SHS at Bogoso who has also been referred to Korle Bu,” he told Accra-based Joy FM, adding that the “fifth student is a student of Wassa Akropong JHS who has been treated and discharged.”

“There were six children between the ages of five and eleven years who were treated and discharged,” Mr Anokye said.

He said five adults are still on admission at the hospital but with a relatively stable condition.

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