A road user met his untimely death at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle Interchange opposite the Ernest Chemist Head office, when he was knocked down by a Toyota Camry with registration number GE – 7224-17.
The impact of the hit severed the body of the unidentified man into two halves.
The driver stopped some 300 meters up the overhead after distress alerts from shocked onlookers.
The tragic incident drew shocked onlookers close causing a chaotic scene.
An eyewitness who saw the gruesome accident narrated to Citinewsroom how the speeding Toyota Camry hit the pedestrian severing his body into halves.
“Two cars sped pass; but because he is mentally deranged he crossed the road without looking. The third car then hit him and dragged him over a distance till his body severed into two halves,”he said.
The body of the deceased has since been deposited at the Police Hospital Morgue. Meanwhile, the traumatized driver, 25-year old Clarence Oye, is in the grips of the Nima Police.
Notwithstanding the risks, many pedestrians keep crossing the wide highway. Some of them told CitiNewsroom, they are left with no option although there are safer points they could cross from.
The body of the deceased has since been deposited at the Police Hospital Morgue.
By: Caleb Kudah/citinewsroom.com/Ghana
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