Accidents are unfortunate events and no one would wish for them. They may come in many forms but fire gutting a vehicle is a very dangerous and sad incident.
Just this Sunday midnight a yet to be identified car was burnt to ashes. The car which caught fire at around the University of Ghana was described as a luxury car.
The sad incident took place right in front of the gates of TF, a private hostel in the University of Ghana, Legon. TF nicknamed “Too Far”, is one of the destinations for weekends among many University of Ghana students.
Within some few minutes of catching fire, the car got burnt beyond recognition.
Eyewitnesses say the Ghana National Fire Service responded quickly in order to put out the fire.
This swift response by the Ghana National Fire Service averted any other spread of the fire.
Fortunately, there were no casualties and the GNFS completely put out the fire few minutes after arriving at the scene.
Thoughts are with the owner of the vehicle and other residents nearby who may have one way or the other been affected
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