- A bus carrying High School athletes caught fire in an accident at Akatsi in the Volta Region
- The bus belonging to the Akatsi Senior High Technical School was videoed after being engulfed in flames
- Reports indicated that on reaching Akatsi Agbedrafor junction, the bus developed a fault and caught fire
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A bus carrying athletes from Senior High Schools was caught up in an accident at Akatsi in the Volta Region.
The Akatsi Senior High Technical School bus caught fire on the side of the road, leading people to fear the worst.
But reports so far indicate that there were no casualties in the accident.
However, the belongings of students and coaches were destroyed by the fire.
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The bus was carrying the young athletes for the 47th Second Cycle Schools and Colleges Inter-Zonal Sports Festivals in Sogakope, has unfortunately caught fire in Akatsi.
The students and coaches were representing the Lower Mid-South Zone.
The fire completely consumed the bus, which Akatsi Senior High Technical School owns.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but reports indicated that on reaching Akatsi Agbedrafor junction, the bus developed a fault and caught fire.
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