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[Watch Video] At Legon, Ghana’s National Fire Service Car Somersaults Due To Speeding

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What is going on in Ghana, as we continue to hear depressing news almost every day. A police officer was recently shot and killed by armed thieves, shocking the entire country.

A fire service car, thought to be a Ghana fire service car, somersaulted this afternoon, according to information collected this afternoon, which was really sad news.

A vehicle was burned at a location near the University of Ghana, according to the video.

While the car was burning in the video, Ghana’s national fire service was summoned to assist in the extinguishment of the fire. When they arrived, the fire truck’s driver was driving at a high rate, bypassing the automobile that was on fire.

The fire department car’s driver chose to come to a halt, but it appears that the car was traveling at too high a speed, and it somersaulted while the automobile in which they were dispatched was still burning.

But why did the driver go around the burning car at such a rapid rate?

While it is commendable for a fire truck to hasten on in an emergency, the driver should have slowed down once they were at the scene of the event.

This should serve as a warning to all drivers to slow down in order to avoid a similar accident.

View the video.

 

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