The deceased persons including Esi Akyere Mensah, Miss Baaba Mensah Rachel and Mummy were among five occupants of the grey Nissan Sentra vehicle driven by the suspect identified as Kristel Hanz who was said to be drunk contrary to earlier reports it was being handled by the younger one of the three sisters.
According to what MyNewsGh.com gathered from the Cape Coast police, they were heading towards the Breeze, a popular drinking spot in the area but were crossed by an oncoming vehicle.
The driver who was said to be speeding in an attempt to save situation went straight to hit a fence wall of a house close to the St Augustine’s College and later a coconut three killing the three sisters on the spot.
Other road users came to rescue of the trapped occupants from the mangled Nissan Sentra vehicle and rushed them to the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital where it was confirmed that the three sisters had died with the exception of the driver and another occupant.
The injured are said to be receiving treatment at the hospital while bodies of the deceased persons with one said to be a student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) deposited at the morgue of the same facility pen