Death traps on Ho-Tsito highway as road caves in


The hole that has created in the Ho-Tsito street

The cavity that has created in the Ho-Tsito street

Street clients are in danger of mishaps because of a tremendous opening in the Kponvi-Tsito street on the bustling Accra-Ho roadway.

The opening created because of a street mishap last Sunday, including a freight truck stacked with materials which veered off the street after it fell into a pothole at the spot.

Because of the sheer weight of the truck, the pothole collapsed, making an enormous indention in the street and accordingly representing a danger to clients.

Despite the fact that the three tenants of the vehicle got away from solid, same can't be said of clueless street clients who may handle the street.

Following the occurrence, be that as it may, street clients, who saw the occasion, took to web-based media to give alert to other street clients to be mindful when moving toward the spot.

The opening, which was in this manner fenced off, is yet to get any legitimate consideration.

Comparable harm

The blemished segment of street, as per reports, experienced comparable harm in 2019, yet didn't get any appropriate fixes.

Disappointed drivers and travelers the same, have enlisted their dismay at the present status of the street as it presents genuine risk to them, particularly in light of the quick moving toward blustery season, which they say will intensify the momentum challenge of manoeuvrering out and about.

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Addressing the Daily Graphic about their situation, a driver, Agbey, said that stretch of the street had gotten risky. "In the event that you don't have the foggiest idea about this course you can without much of a stretch get a mishap," he said.

A few inhabitants, including a lady, Grace Tefey, said they were yet to perceive any specialized official at the spot to survey the test, despite the fact that they accept the authorities of the Ghana Highway Authority knew since the issue had circulated around the web.

"I'm concerned that no one is doing anything about this. They need something terrible to occur before they act. This is a demise trap," she bemoaned.

Worker for hire locked in

In spite of the fact that endeavors to address authorities from the Ministry of Roads and Highways failed to work out, the District Chief Executive for Ho West, Mr Ernest Apau, told the Daily Graphic that project workers had been locked in to begin fix deals with the street.

The region has since been blockaded with a stack of sand and stones nearby to initiate recovery.