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Ghanaian footballer dies in fatal car crash in US

After being injured in a horrific vehicle accident on Wednesday, Ghanaian football player Eugene Quaynor, who lives in America, has been declared dead.

The men’s soccer squad at Oral Roberts University was captained by Quaynor.

The 23-year-automobile old’s was rear-ended by an SUV driven by a drunk driver while it was stopped at a stop sign, according to Oklahoma Police.

Quaynor’s vehicle then made a U-turn through the junction, collided with a wall, and caught fire.

The Flint City Bucks released a statement saying that Eugene was “a much-loved part of the Bucks’ team, as well as the Flint community.”

He was always willing to participate in charity activities, free youth clinics, and community service projects in addition to being a great fighter on the field.

The athletic department at Oral Roberts University added, “Eugene was the pinnacle of the objective we strive towards.

He possessed a heart that was empowered by the Holy Spirit and was prepared to lead and impact the world for Jesus. He was the captain of the men’s soccer squad. It will be missed when he smiles.

Eugene was a very humble man who led by example, and he could brighten any room with his contagious smile, according to Phoenix Academy, which also expressed its sorrow over Quaynor’s passing. How devastated we are cannot be expressed in words.

According to the police, the SUV driver who struck Quaynor’s vehicle attempted to run but was caught.

Before relocating to America, Quaynor was enrolled in the Phoenix Academy in Ghana. He then joined the Flint City Bucks in Flint, Michigan.

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