Two persons have been confirmed dead after an Urvan bus they were travelling with was involved in an accident Wednesday morning.
Twelve others who sustained several degrees of injuries are currently being treated at the Tema General Hospital.
The cause of the accident is sketchy but police sources told TV3 it is likely the driver had brake failure.
Doctors are working serious around the clock to also resuscitate some of the passengers who went into coma as a result of the accident, Josephine gathered.
TV3’s correspondent Josephine Frempong who was at the hospital reports that some of the victims had serious head injury.
The mini urvan bus was conveying passengers from Ashaiman, a suburb of Accra, to Koforidua in the Eastern Region.
The bus allegedly developed a brake failure and somersaulted several times near Shai Hills, injuring the occupants with two losing their lives.