Fire Outbreak At Circle In Ghana Just 2 Days After Nation Marked Anniversary of Deadly Twin Fire-flood Disaster

Source: Africa Publicity

There is a major fire outbreak at Circle, a busy business district in Ghana’s capital city, Accra.

It remains unknown the cause of the inferno. But videos shared on social media in Ghana on Wednesday night showed sweeping many makeshift properties mainly owned by squatters.

The fire outbreak occurred just two days after Ghana commemorated its worst fire-floor incident in history, the June 3, 2015 twin fire-floor disaster that killed over 150 people.

The June 3rd incident occurred also at Circle when a gas station, GOIL caught fire during a heavy downpour of rain, killing scores of people who were trapped in traffic because of flooding resulting from the rain.

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