Road Safety Authority calls for public support in curbing road accidents
The National Road Safety Authority (NRSA) is calling for an all hands on deck approach in reducing carnages on our roads.
Yesterday, March 9, 2020, a horrific accident occurred on the Kintampo-Tamale highway claiming 30 lives and burning 27 persons beyond recognition.
The accident involved two buses, a Yutong bus and Benz Sprinter. The Yutong bus reportedly veered off its lane and collided with the sprinter bus causing both vehicles to glow up in flames.
In reaction to the accident which occurred yesterday, the Executive Director of the Authority, May Obiri-Yeboah speaking on Starr FM, called on stakeholders to collaborate and curb the menace of road accidents in the country.
However, Police in Kintampo in the Bono East Region are appealing to the public to assist the service in identifying bodies of the 27 victims who were burnt beyond recognition in yesterday's accident.