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Kuami Eugene Survives After Ramming His Car Into A Tipper Truck

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Popular Ghanaian artiste, Kuami Eugene, known in private life as Eugene Marfo, has survived following a car crash.

The Lynx Entertainment artiste reportedly rammed his car into a tipper truck on Sunday, March 17, 2024.

He sustained injuries following the accident which occurred at CP, close to the DSTV office towards the Dzowulu traffic light in Accra.

The accident, according to an eyewitness, Emmanuel Ajarfor Abugri, the Editor for Modern Ghana news portal, occurred around 11:30 pm.

He revealed that Eugene was in the car with a male passenger.

“I was behind him, and so I was the first person to rush to his rescue. Kwame was struggling to come out so I brought him out of the car and helped the passenger too before some guys also came around. I arranged for a vehicle to convey them to the UGMC hospital,” he told Myjoyonline.

He explained that the young artiste, who was driving a Range Rover with registration number, GC- 220-21 crashed into the tipper truck which was moving slowly from behind.

He believed that poor lighting on the N1 highway and the tipper truck not having a tail light caused the accident.

While the male passenger complained of neck and back pains to the nurses at the UGMC Hospital, Kuami Eugene appeared to have broken his arm as a cut was visible with blood on his hands. He also had a cut on his lips, his leg and an injury in the hip.

“He’s fine. He had a broken arm with blood all over his hands. The car is badly damaged and all the airbags exploded. He could have died,” Ajarfo said.

The eyewitness added that he called police officers from the Achimota Police Station to the scene and they towed Eugene’s car.

Kuami Eugene survives after a car accident

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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