Four people were feared dead in an accident on Friday at Beahu, a community in the southwest of Ghana, some 230 km away from the capital Accra.

The accident occurred when a truck said to be conveying a consignment of manganese to the mining town of Tarkwa rammed into an ambulance which had six persons on board, police confirmed to local media.

Two of the passengers who survived the accident are receiving treatment at a nearby health facility, reports said.

The accident comes just a day after 10 people were killed in a horrific crash at Teacher-Mantey near Nsawam, 37km northeast of Accra. Enditem

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