In a shocking incident on Wednesday, August 30, a Pragyia rider found himself seriously injured after colliding with a timber car in Ahafo Mim Zongo. The incident occurred around 9:00 pm and has left the local community in a state of concern.
Eyewitnesses at the scene reported that the Pragyia rider, who was identified by the Assembly number 109, was not over speeding at the time of the accident. The rider, whose vehicle lacked a number plate, unexpectedly ran under a timber car that had been parked on the roadside. The reasons behind this unfortunate collision remain unclear, as witnesses could not pinpoint an exact cause for the rider’s actions.
Remarkably, there were two involved in the incident. While one escaped unscathed, the other bore the brunt of the collision and sustained serious injuries. The injured rider was reportedly heading towards the Mim M/A school when the collision occurred.
Local residents swiftly responded to the incident, and emergency services were contacted. The injured rider was promptly transported to the Mim Almadiya Hospital for immediate medical attention. The extent of the injuries sustained by the rider has not been disclosed at this time.
The incident serves as a stark reminder of the importance of road safety and vigilance while navigating through traffic. The lack of a number plate on the Pragyia rider’s vehicle highlights the significance of adhering to proper vehicle registration procedures to aid identification during accidents.