Fire Outbreak has become a major problem in our communities and has destroyed most of the victim's properties. The fire outbreak that has been recorded this year is more, as compared to the previous years.
A huge fire engulfed Makola mall last three weeks which lead to the loss of goods, Agboboloshie yam market was also burnt down by fire last week and now, fire has destroyed sixteen (16) rooms, four (4) shops and other properties that cost almost thousand CEDI's at Berekum in the Bono Region.
According to the eye witness, smoke was coming out of the building so they quickly rushed to the fire service and reported the incident. The firefighters arrived on time and put out the fire. After putting out the fire, the victim lost sixteen (16) rooms, four (4) shops and other properties but the traders claimed that, the fire could have destroyed more properties if the firefighters did not arrive on time. The business owner lost everything to the fire and was in tears as she was narrating the incident.
The divisional officer of fire service, Stephen Afosah said the rooms were not spacious enough to allow proper ventilation.
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