Trotro station officers search for paralysed passenger’s family

Circle-Odawna Trotro Station Officers are trying to get in touch with the family of a woman believed to be in her early 60s who reportedly collapsed at the station this week.

The woman whose name and identity is still unknown because of her condition was taken to the Keneshie Polyclinic where she is currently responding to treatment.

General Station Master, Henry Quansah and Welfare Secretary of the Station, Omari-Osei, who reported the incident to the media said they need help get the public to trace her relatives.

Narrating what happened, Mr Quansah said the woman came to the station to board a trotro, but she collapsed and was rushed to the hospital.

According to him, after rushing her to the hospital, the station officers searched the two bags the woman was holding but could not find any documentation with regard to her identity.

He said some medication were found in the bags, which nurses at the Polyclinic have described as hypertensive drugs. 

Millicent Aboagyewaa, a nurse at the polyclinic, said the woman’s condition was deteriorating into a stroke explaining that the drugs in her possession indicated that she was a hypertensive patient.

She, however, confirmed that her condition was stable and she was responding to treatment. 

Chief Inspector Diana Amoako of the Neoplan Police Station also confirmed that a complaint was made to her outfit by Mr Quansah and Mr Omari-Osei on the situation of the woman. 

The station officials are, therefore, appealing to the public to inform the relatives of the woman to contact Mr Quansah on 0244795732 and Mr Omari-Osei on 0208073996. 

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