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25.03.2009 General News

Police officer caught in crossfire

By Daily Guide
Police officer caught in crossfire

Chief Inspector Chinald Aboagye at the Police Hospital The Acting IGP, Mrs. Elizabeth Mills-Robertson, yesterday took time off her busy schedule to visit Chief Inspector Chinald Aboagye at the Police Hospital, where he is receiving treatment for burns.

The inspector was one of the victims of the recent gas explosion accident at Bewadze, near Winneba in the Central Region when a gas tanker collided with a saloon car and subsequently burst into flames.

The Acting IGP was accompanied by Director General SDM/Welfare, COP Paul Quaye, and Director General HRD COP Mrs. Joana Osei-Poku, and other senior officers from the National Police Headquarters.

Chief Inspector Aboagye was returning from an official assignment when he met the accident and in an effort to help rescue and save some lives, he sustained some burns.

Narrating the conditions of the officer to the Acting IGP and her entourage, Chief Superintendent Dr. Kojo Benyah, a physician Specialist at the hospital indicated that Chief Inspector Aboagye's condition was stable and that he was responding to treatment.

The Acting IGP and her entourage took the opportunity to visit other patients at the hospital and also interacted with the doctors, nurses, and other personnel at the hospital.

 Mrs. Elizabeth Mills-Robertson made a donation to the wife of the injured officer to help in his upkeep.

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