One female student of the West African Senior High School (WASS) is feared dead after she knocked down by a speeding vehicle on the Madina-Adenta highway (N4) at Madina.
The sad incident is said to have occurred around 4: 30 Pm on Thursday, according to eyewitnesses.
The incident comes 48 hours after a a 33 year old woman was knocked down to death at Fire Stone on the same stretch.
This is the third time a vehicle has knocked down a pedestrian on the highway.
Nana Ezanenkrumah II, the queen mother of Axim in the Western Region, who first reported the crash to XYZ News said she was driving on the highway when she witnessed the accident.
The gueen mother told Mugabe Maase, host on Inside Politics on Radio XYZ 93.1 that she could not watch the gore when met the untimely time death of the student.
“I just saw blood had been spilled on the road.I have not seen some before. I was trembling and asked myself, is this Ghana?” she narrated.
She said the youth in the area had taken over the busy highway, preventing the flow of traffic as police tried to bring back sanity in the area.
One of the uncompleted footbridges on the N4
According to XYZ News reporter, Wisdom Hededzome who got the accident scene later, the angry hawkers along the highway had started burning tyres in protest of the sad incident.
He said the police realised the angry youth had blocked traffic flow and had started firing to ward off the crowd that was bent on stopping the movement of vehicles on the stretch.
190 people are estimated to have been knocked down by vehicles ever since the road was opened to traffic.
The deaths have been linked to the inadequate footbridges on the highway which links Tetteh Quarshie interchange and Aburi in the Eastern Region.