- A car burst into flames on the university of Ghana Legon campus in a bizarre fashion as onlookers look on
- A lady took a video of the event as she screamed in fear as she witnessed the unfortunate incident
- It is unclear what exactly caused the fire. Netizens who saw the video gave their opinions on what might have happened whiles others expressed surprise at the occurrence
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A video has surfaced online which showed a vehicle burst into flames at the University of Ghana campus causing a stir among Ghanaians in the online community as many wondered what caused the flames.
The incident occurred on Saturday 21st May. The vehicle was parked on the shoulder of the Evandy TF hostel road when it suddenly caught fire. It is unclear if there was anyone in the car.
In the video, there didn't seem to be an effort to put out the flames as people just looked on or passed by. Netizens who saw the video registered their surprise and hoped no one got injured during the incident.
Social Media Reactions
Sir LOGIQ BLAQ wondered what later transpired as he asked:
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what's happened and since no Fire Service nor the cars don't have fire extinguisher in their cars???
Anyimah Victoria was surprised and said:
Eeeeeiii when was that this is serious oh God have mercy
Semone Silga wondered why there was little effort being shown in saving the situation:
l can count 10 cars there so none of the drivers have fire extinguisher in their car to help than to stand still scream and watch
user6655084366652 felt a cylinder might be the cause of the accident:
l hope nobody dead. but using cylinders in car this is what you get.
see video below:
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