JoyNews this evening premiered its Hotline Documentary titled ‘CRUSHED’, as part of it contribution to address the increasing number of road accidents in the country.

The documentary which was produced by Seth Kwame Boateng captures chilling details of how many families have lost loved ones to road carnage.

Two of such are the heartbreaking story of 29-years-old Mark Ofosu-Ampadu Jnr., who died in a car crash and a 39-year-old Kwame Ofori who has been left amputated. 

So far a total of about 771 Ghanaians have lost their lives to this menace between January and March this year.

Earlier Monday afternoon, JoyNews held an exclusive premier of the documentary at Ghana Shippers’ Authority.

The event was graced by the Roads and Transport Ministers as well as officials from the National Road Safety Authority (NRSA).