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Pregnant policewoman injured after vehicle rams into police station

A pregnant policewoman, Mavis Amemesor sustained severe injuries after a Toyota Corolla crashed into the Asiakwa police station on Thursday morning.

The constable was fleeing from the charge office when she stumbled and got hurt.

Police say, their colleague was rushed to the Osino government hospital where she is currently receiving treatment.

A statement by the Eastern Regional Police PRO, DSP Ebenezer Tetteh said, the driver, Leticia Awuah who was traveling with her 32-year-old boyfriend, Maxwell Awuah, failed to observe traffic regulations at the ADB bank and consequently hit the back door of a taxi with registration number GG 2973- 17.

The impact, according to the police, forced the Toyota Corolla with registration number, GE 4883-18 to ram into the police station building.

The taxi was said to be traveling from SOS Village direction to the Asiakwa market.

The statement disclosed that the crash caused serious damage to the police station affecting exhibits in the store room.

The case has been referred to the Kibi Divisional MTTD command for further investigation, the police said.

Source: myjoyonline.com

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