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The heavy rains in Accra on Monday, May 15, has caused traffic congestion and flooding on the Dzorwulu N1 Highway road.

The National Highway 1 (N1 Highway) from Dzorwulu to Lapaz had one of the slowest traffic, which caused delays for road users.

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Monday’s rain, which lasted for almost an hour, created inconveniences for workers and pedestrians whose movement was impeded. Cars were stuck in traffic for long minutes.

Several parts of Dzorwulu experienced floods as a result of their poor drainage system, which has been a major problem for years.

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According to a viral video, there are a number of stranded vehicles on the N1 Highway. The lanes started to clear after the flood water receded.

There were no casualties as drivers drove with caution; however, the storm drains, which have been choked for years, impeded movement.

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