Legon: Student who fell from 4th floor unable to talk
The Dean of Students and the Mensah Sarbah Hall Master of the
University of Ghana have been invited by the police to submit
their statements to help assist with investigations into the
case involving a 24-year-old man who allegedly fell from
the 4th floor of the Mensah Sarbah Hall Annex “A” last week.
The victim, identified as Fuseini Wahab Abdul, who was taken
to the Legon Hospital has since been transferred to the Greater
Accra Regional Hospital, Ridge, and is still in an unconscious state.
Briefing Graphic Online, the Public Relations Officer of the
Accra Regional Police Command, Deputy Superintendent of
Police (DSP) Mrs Effia Tenge said the police have already interrogated
some persons they identified as floor and roommates of the victim.
She said at about 11:40 am last Friday (April 23, 2021) the Legon Police
received a report that a man had jumped from the 4th floor
of Mensah Sarah Hall Annex “A”.
When the police went to the scene, the victim had been taken to
the Legon Hospital.
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A team of investigators went to the Legon Hospital and found
Abdul in critical condition receiving treatment.
The team, Mrs Tenge said, went to the scene where they found
a dark spot believed to be stained by the blood of the
victim after he fell and sustained injuries.
Later, she said, crime scene technicians were invited from the
CID Headquarters to process the scene to assist investigations.