3 University Students killed at Okponglo

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Three students of the University of Professional Studies (UPS) and Ghana Institute of Languages (GIL) have died after slamming their salon car into a stationary truck at Okponglo, on the Legon-Madina Road, in Accra.

The three have been identified as Rashidatu Iddrisu, 23, a student of the GIL, Mildred Alyine, 23, of the UPS and Ahmed Ben Anis, 25, of the GIL.

Anis who was driving the car died on the spot, while Iddrisu and Alyine died later when they were taken to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra for medical attention.

A fourth victim, identified as Issa Razak, a 27 year-old student, is currently in critical condition at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

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