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 Ghana's president involved in a car crash

    November 14 2007 at 03:48PM

Accra - Ghanaian President John Kufuor, the current chairperson of the African Union, escaped unhurt when a car crashed into his vehicle on Wednesday, rolling it over several times, witnesses and officials said.

"The car finally rested on the sidewalk and the people around helped his security men to pull him out. The president came out holding his head," James Kobinah, an electrician working nearby told Reuters.

Presidential Press Secretary Andy Awuni said Kufuor appeared to be unhurt but was undergoing medical tests.

(Reporting by Kwasi Kpodo, editing by Daniel Flynn)

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