Fatal Accident! -4 TU Students, One Patient Succumb to Death

By: Henry N. Kolenky

HARPER: Four students said to be of the William V. S. Tubman University in Harper, Maryland County who were riding a motorbike and a pregnant woman riding on an ambulance reportedly died on Harper-Pleebo Highway when the ambulance collided resulting in a fatal accident on that fateful afternoon of Monday, March 25, 2024.

Our Maryland County Correspondent said two of the students instantly died on the accident scene while the other two who were rushed to the J. J. Dossen Hospital in Harper City along with the Pregnant where they were pronounced dead on arrival.

Our Correspondent further said news of the accident which occurred at the outskirts of Harper City early Monday afternoon sent shockwaves throughout the County, as residents in the immediate surrounding sobbed bitterly upon beholding the cut limbs of some of the victims rolling along the street which was flooded with blood.

Eyewitnesses told our Maryland County correspondent that the accident took place when the ambulance owned by a Humanitarian Health Organization identified as Partners in Health, with license plate A61704, collided with the TVS Star motorbike at about 13:00GMT.

Partners in Health Liberia PIH-L, is an American Global Health and nonprofit Institution operating in the Southeastern City of Harper in Maryland County, our correspondent said.

The four William V. S. Tubman University students victimized by the accident were Philip K. Williams, Godfrey Dweh, Stanley Nah and Marie Dennis, the only female riding on the bike. The other death was the pregnant woman, a patient who is yet to be identified.

The five persons were pronounced dead by health authority assigned in the Emergency Room (ER), of the James Jenkins Dossen Memorial referral Hospital in Harper.


Meanwhile, giving the vivid description of the accident scene, the traffic Commander of the Liberia National Police, Moses Teoh, disclosed that the accident occurred in the High wood community on Harper Pleebo High-way a few meters away from the One Two, One Two Gate.

According to the Maryland County Chief of Traffic, the 50-year old Ambulance driver identified as Mumuni Abudu narrated that he was enroute to Harper with a patient, a lady who is yet to be identified.

According to the Traffic Commander,  Abudu heard a sound from ‘the balance’,  something he said that made him confused that led to the car losing control and went the opposite lane where he collided with the four Tubman University students who came from on campus heading home from writing their midterm examinations.

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