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Two dead, others injured following truck accident on Winneba-Accra highway

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A tragic accident on the Winneba-Accra highway has claimed the lives of two women and injured several others.

A truck, heavily loaded with tomatoes and garden eggs, overturned in the middle of the road due to the weight of its cargo.

The incident caused significant damage to the transported produce, leading to substantial losses.

Emergency services promptly arrived to aid the injured and clear the roadway.

Authorities are investigating the cause of the accident and have urged drivers to exercise caution when transporting heavy loads.

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