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Tragic Motor Accident happened in Maryland – 4 death occured.

AutoTragic Motor Accident happened in Maryland - 4 death occured.

Tragic Motor Accident occured inMaryland. Four persons believed to be students of William V.S. Tubman University, including a patient within an abundance, were killed in a tragic car accident along the Harper Highway.

The Tragic Motor Accident occurred on Monday, March 25, 2024, at about noon when the bike carrying the victims collided with an ambulance believed to be for Partners in Health, a non-profit health organization buttressing the county health team’s efforts.
The victims include three males and two females. They are identified as Philip Williams, Standly Natt, Godfrey Dweh, and Marie Dennis, along with the patient whose name wasn’t mentioned.

They were rushed to the J.J. Dossen Hospital but later pronounced dead by health workers.

Eyewitnesses told the NewDawn newspaper that the ambulance had a severe mechanical fault. They were en route to Harper with a patient from Pleebo when it collided with the motorbike rider and his passengers.

The eyewitness continued that the driver of the ambulance immediately fled the scene following the accident due to the angry crowds.

The eyewitness further added that four of the deceased were a mix of freshman, sophomore, junior, and graduating students of William V.S. Tubman University.

The eyewitness termed the situation regretful and worrisome, pointing out that the driver allegedly was speeding with the ambulance before the incident occurred.

In May last year, a tragic road accident involving a motorcycle and a Land Cruiser Pickup led to the death of a 63-year-old resident believed to be a pastor of the Assembly of God Church in the Southeastern Barrobo Statutory District in Maryland County and a local journalist also died in the same accident.

Also, in October 2021, at least two people died while another person was left in critical condition after two commercial motorbikes collided along the Pedebo-Plolo road near Yookudi town in Maryland County.

In June 2021, a Field Supervisor of a company operating in Maryland County also died in a deadly crash involving two motorcycles in central Pleebo.

Another tragic road accident in August 2020 left two dead after motorcycles carrying three people, including the rider, crashed into a refrigerated truck in Pleebo, Maryland County.

Back in August 2019, an ambulance driver, along with two others, died after a truck belonging to China Railway ran into an ambulance that was carrying a patient to the J.J. Dossen referral hospital.

According to the report, the accident occurred close to the Tubman Farm vicinity in Pleebo, Maryland County.

Many citizens in the county believe that most of these accidents and several other unreported ones are the result of alleged overspending and reckless driving.

Four individuals, reportedly students from William V.S. Tubman University, tragically lost their lives in a car accident on the Harper Highway. The incident, which took place on March 25, 2024, involved a collision between a motorbike carrying the victims and an ambulance associated with Partners in Health, a non-profit organization supporting the county health team.

The tragedy has sent shockwaves through the County as many have descended into morning moods. The victims, identified as Philip Williams, Standly Natt, Godfrey Dweh, Marie Dennis, and an unnamed patient in the ambulance, with license plate number A61704, were rushed to J.J. Dossen Hospital but were sadly pronounced dead by medical staff. Eyewitnesses indicated that the ambulance was experiencing severe mechanical issues and was transporting a patient from Pleebo to Harper when the accident occurred.

Philip Williams and Standly Natt tragically died on impact, with the ambulance driver allegedly fleeing the scene amidst growing unrest from onlookers. The eyewitnesses noted that the deceased individuals were students at various levels at William V.S. Tubman University, labeling the incident as regrettable and alarming due to the purported speeding of the ambulance.

This Tragic Motor Accident adds to a series of tragic road incidents in Maryland County, including past fatalities involving motorcycles and other vehicles

A series of tragic motor accidents have been happening in Maryland County in recent years. A tragic accident involving a motorcycle and a Land Cruiser Pickup in May of last year led to the death of a 63-year-old and a journalist.

Also, in October 2021, at least two people died while another person was left in critical condition after two commercial motorbikes collided along the Pedebo-Plolo road near Yookudi town in Maryland County.

In June 2021, a Field Supervisor of a company operating in Maryland County also died in a deadly crash involving two motorcycles in central Pleebo.

Another tragic road accident in August 2020 left two dead after motorcycles carrying three people, including the rider, crashed into a refrigerated truck in Pleebo, Maryland County.

Back in August 2019, an ambulance driver, along with two others, died after a truck belonging to China Railway ran into an ambulance that was carrying a patient to the J.J. Dossen referral hospital.

However, concerns regarding overspeeding and reckless driving have been raised by residents, underscoring the need for improved road safety measures to prevent further loss of life.

The traffic section of the Liberia National Police in Harper has launched a thorough investigation into the condition surrounding the accident.

Three of the victims, believed to be TU students, were reportedly on their way to campus to write their midterm exams.

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