Seventeen (17) people suffered deep cuts and broken bones, when a mini-bus and a Nissan Pick-up collided head-on.

2. A police officer examing an accident sceneThe District Police Commander, Mr Akwasi Asante, told newsmen that nobody has been confirmed dead.

The condition of many of the victims, however, was critical and had been rushed to the Agona Government Hospital.

The two vehicles were coming from opposite direction and that they were yet to determine the cause.

Source: GNA

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