Today ever, On June 3, 2015, a blast and a fire happened at a gas station in Ghana’s capital city Accra, killing more than 250 individuals
The GOIL station, close to Kwame Nkrumah Interchange[ in the city’s midtown region, was being utilized as an asylum from hefty rains and flooding from a few days of flooding around there, and was loaded with individuals, vehicles and transports, holding on to leave to their different objections when the blast happened. The wellspring of the blast is obscure however accepted to have happened in the station’s gas tanks. One survivor expressed that the force had gone out before the blast, however after the force was reestablished, they heard a “pop” and afterward the fire ejected. Around 96 individuals taking asylum at the station were executed by the fire.
Because of the flooding, water had blended in with the fuel, and when the tanks detonated, the water exacerbated the spread of the fire to close structures, executing extra residents. The continuous precipitation and flooding put forth salvage attempts troublesome. Such countless bodies were taken to the 37 Military Hospital, the biggest expert emergency clinic in Ghana, that the funeral home was overpowered.