Wendy Shay is in stable condition after accident -Management
Management of Rufftown Records has revealed that Ghanaian Musician, Wendy Shay, is now in a stable condition after getting better after accident on the ACP Kwabenya Road in Accra over the weekend.
The accident, which has left her customized Jeep vehicle badly damaged, shocked fans and followers of the vocalist.
Photographs and videos from the scene show her Jeep in a broken and dented state, bearing witness to the severity of the collision.
A statement issued by the management on Monday (11 September). asked Ghanaians to continue to pray for the “Survivor” hitmaker.
“We are pleased to announce that Wendy Shay has survived a fatal accident and is currently responding to treatment. The accident occurred on Sunday September 10, around 12 midnight at the ACP Kwabenya high road when a Tipper Truck hit the singer’s car from the back. The singer was immediately rushed to the hospital, where she received prompt medical attention.
“According to the latest medical reports, Wendy Shay is in a stable condition and is expected to make a full recovery. Rufftown records, family and friends would like to thank everyone for their prayers and for the outpouring of love and support from fans and well-wishers.
“We still ask for your prayers for Wendy Shay during these times(sic)”.
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