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BREAKING: SHS Students Involved In An Accident Returning From NSMQ

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BREAKING: SHS Students Involved In An Accident Returning From NSMQ

BREAKING: SHS Students Involved In An Accident Returning From NSMQ

A piece of sad news reaching us at indicates that some Senior High School students who were at the National Science And Maths Quiz have been involved in an accident while returning home.

According to the details gathered by, about Four students who were returning from the NSMQ have been involved in a near-fatal accident. The student involved in the accident consisted of three males and one female.

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They were onboard a Nissan Versa with registration number GE6248-19 which was heading to Koforidua.

The accident occurred at Osubetor, a community on the Manfe road. The car diverted from the road and crashed into some trees along the street following the driver reportedly sleeping.

Many of the students suffered minor injuries but one male student suffered a deep cut. The exact School hasn’t been identified yet.

The students were said to have been rushed to the hospital by a police car heading to Koforidua.

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