In the Nkwanta South District of the Oti Region, two persons who received injuries are being treated at Nkwanta St. Joseph Catholic Hospital.
They did this after falling into the River Dejebo’s fallen bridge.
The victims were brought in unconscious because their heads hit the iron rods on the collapsed bridge, according to Rebecca Ann Vorvor, a hospital nursing officer.
She reassured me that the medicine is working right now.
One of the casualties, Paul Obimpeh, 21, who is still in the hospital, told Adom News that he was traveling with his father from Tuobodom to Nkwanta when the bridge collapsed.
The steel bridge that links towns was put in jeopardy after torrential rains swept away pieces of it, but several attempts to convince the authorities to restore the bridge have failed.
Women commuters in particular are compelled to pay to get help so they may carry their products to the market area.
Therefore, they have pleaded with the government to urgently restore the bridge in order to save lives.