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TIPA track drowns as Bridge collapse in the Western Region

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An heavily loaded TIPA track has drowned into a river in the Western Region of Ghana  leaving many people in shock.

The heavily loaded TIPA IVECO track was carrying a load full of of stones when the unfortunate incident happened. According to Ghanaontheglobe.com, the incident happened at Afransie in the Western Region of Ghana.

No reports of injury was reported but the unfortunate incident has led to the bridge totally collapsed blocking pedestrians and cars who usually use the road.

Fortunately for the TIPA track driver, the indigenes of the area came to their rescue to support the driver and the other guys in the car to come out but the TIPA track is still stuck.

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The TIPA track is still drowned in the river as they are all waiting patiently for a tower to see if they can take it out from the river.

This place is situated in Axim, Western, Ghana, its geographical coordinates are 5° 3′ 0″ North, 2° 14′ 0″ West and its original name (with diacritics) is Afransie. Afransie is located in the Wassa Amenfi East Municipal District in the Western Region of Ghana.

 

 

Source: Ghanaontheglobe.com

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