A LEVEL 300 student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi has died through a gory vehicular crash.
Nathaniel Baffuor Adu Gyamfi died instantly when a Pontiac Vibe saloon car he was driving rammed into a faulty articulator truck.
The articulator truck had been parked on the shoulder of the road for some days and Adu Gyamfi, who was driving at top speed, ran his car into it.
One Gertrude Okyere, a medical student at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), and her seven-month-old child, who were in the car, escaped death.
Gertrude sustained a minor cut on her forehead after the strong hit but the child miraculously escaped without any injury.
The bloody accident occurred around the Sofoline Interchange around 2pm on Sunday, ASP L.K. Vuha, the Sofoline Police MTTU Commander, disclosed.
According to him, the Pontiac Vibe, registered GW 2088-14, was coming from the Santasi area heading towards Abrepo Junction.
He said Adu Gyamfi suddenly rammed his vehicle into the faulty articulator truck which was parked on the shoulder of the road, opposite the Prempeh College.
The police officer said the impact of the crash was so strong that the Pontiac Vibe saloon car totally got mangled beyond repairs.
ASP Vuha disclosed to DAILY GUIDE that Adu Gyamfi sustained serious injuries all over his body so he gave up the ghost right at the accident scene.
FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi