A Pentecost church elder was saved from death following the swift intervention of a police officer on duty when he jumped traffic to hit his car.
Per the reports, Frederick Darfour, the Presiding Elder of the Pentecost International Worship Centre in Koforidua was en route to church on August 9, when the incident occurred.
Reports had it that the said policeman was on duty when he saw the car of the elder heading towards danger, apparently, it was going to hit an electric pole by the road because the driver had lost control.
Upon sensing danger, the policeman jumped traffic light at Galaway near the Regional Police headquarters with his Nissan Murano with registration number GE 2616-20 and hit the car of the elder veering him off the danger back onto the road as a result.
The process resulted in the policeman and Mr Darfour and another lady sustaining varying degrees of injuries and was rushed to the Koforidua Regional Hospital where the elder has recovered.
The other two persons including the hero are still undergoing treatment. The name of the policeman is still unknown but his act of valour has been viral.