After his Toyota Land Cruiser and a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter bus collided head-on in Nyinahin in the Ashanti Region, the Juaboso politician Kwabena Mintah Akando narrowly escaped a fatal accident.
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Numerous people were hurt in the incident, which happened in the Nyinahin district of the Atwima District.
Joseph Amo was operating the Toyota Land Cruiser with the license plate GN 441-14 when it slammed into the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter bus with the license plate AS 7363-18.
When the event occurred, Mr. Minta Akandoh and his bodyguard, G/Cpl. Joseph Ntimbe, were being transported from Juaboso to Kumasi in a convoy that also included the Land Cruiser V8.
Unconfirmed reports claim that the Land Cruiser was trying to pass another car when it collided with the Sprinter bus, seriously injuring the occupants of both vehicles. The Nyinahin Government Hospital received a sudden surge of injured travelers requiring emergency medical care.
Due to the severity of their injuries, the Land Cruiser’s driver, Joseph Amo, and three other passengers have been sent to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital for extra care.
At the Nyinahin Government Hospital, the MP for Juaboso, Kwabena Minta Akandoh, is responding to therapy.
Sadly, the MP’s bodyguard, G/Cpl. Ntimbe, also suffered injuries and has been sent to KATH for additional care.
Both automobiles were severely damaged by the crash, and the occupants suffered serious injuries.
Immediately after receiving a call, emergency services arrived on the spot to help. The police and medical workers from the area quickly responded to control the situation and make sure the injured people received prompt medical assistance.
According to early reports, a number of people in both cars suffered injuries.
The injured people were sent right away to local medical centers for treatment. They have not yet divulged the full extent of their wounds or their present health status.
The accident’s cause is being looked investigated by the local authorities. It is customary in such situations to thoroughly examine the Toyota Land Cruiser’s driver, Joseph Amo, to see whether any circumstances, such as mechanical failure or careless driving, contributed to the crash.
The investigation’s results will be essential in determining responsibility and eventual charges.
The accident involving MP Kwabena Minta Akandoh has shocked the neighborhood, according to the news.
Supportive notes and hopes for a quick recovery have come in from both constituents and other lawmakers.
The Nyinahin District is still grieved by this unfortunate tragedy, and local authorities are advising all motorists to drive carefully and obey traffic laws to avert further collisions. All people impacted by this tragic incident are in our thoughts and prayers, and we wish the injured parties a quick recovery.
The Nyinahin District’s road safety has come under scrutiny as a result of this accident, and local officials have been encouraged to take prompt action to ensure that future occurrences of this kind are avoided.
As additional information becomes available, updates on the investigation and the state of the injured parties will be given.