• May 22, 2023

Papa Yaw Acheampong, Antonio Darrell McDaniel Killed in Truck Accident in Morgantown, WV

Morgantown, WV — May 13, 2023, Papa Yaw Acheampong and Antonio McDaniel were killed following a semi-truck accident at around 3:20 a.m. on Powell Avenue.

Preliminary information about the crash released by the Morgantown Police Department shows that the collision happened along the 700 block of Powell Avenue, which appears to be near Rogers and Brockway Avenue.

Papa Yaw Acheampong, Antonio McDaniel Killed in Truck Accident in Morgantown, WV

According to officials, Papa Yaw Acheampong and Antonio Darrell McDaniel were in a Toyota car going along Powell. Due to a series of events not made clear, the Toyota and a semi-truck crashed with one another. This resulted in both Acheampong and McDaniel sustaining injuries which ultimately proved fatal.

Another occupant in the Toyota, not currently identified, had unspecified injuries. The driver of the truck was said to be uninjured. Right now, additional details surrounding what caused the accident are unavailable pending further investigations.


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