Another pedestrian has been knocked down and killed on the Madina-Adentan highway.
The incident, which happened Thursday afternoon sparked a spontaneous protest again on the highway by residents in the area.
The residents blocked the highway as part of the protest burning tyres and making it impossible for vehicles to and from Aburi to use the highway.
The police responded to control the protesters but had a hard time following a clash with the protesters.
The deceased was a female student of the West Africa Senior High School (WASS) who was attempting to cross the highway to go to the WASS campus. She was a first-year student who going to join her colleagues on campus for group studies since
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Students under the green track vacated on Wednesday to may way for the gold track semester system start school this weekend.
The body has since been picked up by the Adentan police Motor Transport and Traffic Department (MTTD) in their
The deceased lying in a pool of blood
An eyewitness said when the vehicle knocked down the student at about
He reportedly went to the police station according to the eyewitness.
The lady, popularly referred to as Ataa, was crossing the highway with the boyfriend at the area near the SDA Intersection when the vehicle knocked her down at about
Passers-by claim that another speeding vehicle run over her when she fell upon the first impact.
Clash with the police
The protestors blocked the road with tyres.
When the police arrived at the scene to restore law and order, the protesters pelted the police with stones and the police responded with the firing of tear gas canisters, rubber bullets, water cannons and also whipped some of the protesters.