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Ambulance Vehicle Kills Man At Sefwi Bodi [Audio]

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The ambulance allocated to the Sefwi Bodi District has knocked down a 40-year-old man in the Sefwi Wiawso municipality of the Western North Region.

The man died as a result of the accident.


The ambulance with the registration number GV 21-20 was travelling from the Sefwi Bekwai direction to Sefwi Bodi.


At the time, the victim, Kwasi Asiamah was also crossing the road in the opposite direction.

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Unfortunately, the ambulance knocked him down, killing him on the spot.


One of the eyewitnesses said, “we heard the ambulance’s sirene blurring.”

“We later heard a loud bang and we ran out to see what happened. At the scene, we found that his head had been smashed,” the lady told Adom News.

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The body has since been deposited at the Wiawso Government Hospital morgue by the Sefwi Wiawso Police Command.



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