27.9 C
Ghana
Monday, February 26, 2024
HomeGeneralGhana Railways Confirms Another Train Crash Near Nkotompo

Ghana Railways Confirms Another Train Crash Near Nkotompo

Date:

Related stories

Senseless Movie Is Better Than Pornography” – Shatana Slams Martha Ankomah

Philanthropist and female songstress, Shatana has replied famed actress,...

LBO Featherweight Champion “Ashanti Warrior” Presents Title to Otumfuo Osei Tutu II

On February 18, 2024, LBO Featherweight Champion Stanley Nyantakyi gladly presented his title to Monarch Otumfuo Osei Tutu II at the year's second Akwasidae celebration. Nyantakyi, also known as the Asante Warrior, retained his unbeaten record by knocking out Togo's Komlangan Hounkpatin in his first international fight in Accra on February 3, 2024, to capture the LBO Featherweight title. Accompanied by his management team, Osibo Boxing Management and Promotion, Nyantakyi requested permission to incorporate the return leg of his bout into activities planned for Otumfuo's Silver Jubilee in the following months. The match will be held in Kumasi. Born and bred in Kumasi, Nyantakyi migrated to...

MATTHEW OPOKU PREMPEH WILL BEST COMPLEMENT BAWUMIA – NPP NATIONAL YOUTH WING

The National youth Wing of the governing New Patriotic...

Election 2024: Nigerians advised not to be involved in Ghana Politics

The Nigerian King of Adoteiman and Amranhia at the...

Kingdom FM’s Real Aj Wins Radio Personality of Year Award

Television presenter, Joyce Afum, popularly known in the showbiz...
spot_imgspot_img

The Ghana Railway Company Limited (GRCL) has confirmed a crash involving a Locomotive 1676 and a Topper Truck near Nkotompo in the Sekondi Takoradi Metropolis.

The locomotive, which was carrying pieces of the train involved in the collision at Wassa Manso five days ago, was involved in an accident at the level crossing at Nkotompo with a speedy tipper truck carrying sand.

The accident occurred after the tipper truck failed to stop when it was flagged by the level crossing keeper for the upcoming Locomotive.

Public Relations Officer of the GRCL, Charles Brown who confirmed the accident to the media said some workers sustained injuries and had been sent to the Effia-Nkwanta Regional Hospital for care.

Two of the injured have been discharged, while four are still on admission and in stable condition.

Mr Brown said a technical report on the accident would be issued soon.

Subscribe

- Never miss a story with notifications

- Gain full access to our premium content

- Browse free from up to 5 devices at once

Latest stories

spot_img