The residents of Accra New Town in the Accra Metropolitan District were amazed in the early hours of Monday, 28th June, 2021 when they witness a high tension pole in flames of fire. The incident attracted great attention as the pole is situated at a public place near several storey buildings in the metropolitan area. While the people were waiting for the fire service personnel to arrive at the scene and control the fire, one ECG worker boldly intervened to put out the fire before the arrival of the fire fighters.
The brave man, Saeed Yaw works with the ECG in the metropolis. When he got the information concerning the high tension pole in flames, Saeed rushed to the scene with a ladder and fire extinguisher.
He erected the ladder near the high tension pole and apply the fire extinguisher to put out the flames in a short time before the national fire fighters came to the scene.
The fire service workers switched off the transformer and apply their extinguishers and fire tenders to make sure the fire is completely extinguished.
Your views and comments are welcomed whether Saeed action is a good step or deadly one?
Credit: Angel FM Midday News/28/06/2021
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