- Plastic manufacturing company KGM has been gutted by fire
- The fire outbreak started around midday on Friday, June 12, 2020
- KGM is known for making plastic chairs, tables, cups, and almost all household plastic objects
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Plastic manufacturing company KGM has been gutted by fire.
The cause of the fire is currently unknown, but the situation proves that the fire is rapidly spreading.
Reports gathered by YEN.com.gh from eyewitnesses at the scene of the fire have it that the outbreak started around midday.
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YEN.com.gh saw that those around struggled to keep the fire under control while waiting for the Ghana National Fire Service to appear at the scene.
KGM is known to be the producer of most plastic household items.
They have plastic chairs, cups, tables, and all you can think of.
YEN.com.gh is following up on this rather sad development and will update readers when new information comes in.
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