Photos of how the Atomic Junction gas explosion site looks now

Photos of how the Atomic Junction gas explosion site looks now

- The explosion has so far claimed the lives of six persons

- There are about 45 others injured with 20 vehicles burnt down

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Some State Ministers, Members of Parliament and other experts from the Ghana National Fire Service have visited the site of the deadly gas explosion at the Madina-Atomic junction.

Photos of how the Atomic Junction gas explosion site looks now

A current at the gas explosion site

READ ALSO: Owner of the Atomic Gas Station finally speaks after the deadly explosion

The deadly gas explosion which occurred Saturday night has so far claimed six lives leaving over 45 others injured.

The Chief Executive of the Mansco gas filling station, Mr George Owusu in his first media interview disclosed that he warned developers not to build near his fuel stations.

Photos of how the Atomic Junction gas explosion site looks now

A scene at the explosion site

He added despite all dangers and his warnings, business owners and developers blatantly ignored him.

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Photos of how the Atomic Junction gas explosion site looks now

The MP of the area Mr Boakye Agyarko says the will be a thorough investigations into the matter

The Member of Parliament for the area Mr Boakye Agyarko who toured the site with some government delegation expressed worry over the deadly explosion.

Photos of how the Atomic Junction gas explosion site looks now

The explosion has so far claimed six lives

The Ayawaso legislator in his observation insisted that the explosion did not occurred due to the location of the fuel station.

Mr Agyarko says the explosion may have occurred due to someone’s ‘carelessness’.

Photos of how the Atomic Junction gas explosion site looks now

Some persons thronging to the scene

The MP has promised that there will be a thorough investigations into the disaster and whoever is responsible will be dealt with in accordance with law.

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Photos of how the Atomic Junction gas explosion site looks now

Some of the onlookers at the site

Photo credit: Emmanuel Otoo Mensah/Facebook

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