Mother of two was able to save her 4 year old son, tried all she could but her 10 year old daughter was burnt beyond recognition in a fire outbreak.
According to an eye witness, the victims were in deep sleep when the mother sensed something smelling in their room, she quickly noticed it was fire, she was able to save her four year old son but unfortunately, her daughter was remained in the fire. She called for help but the level of the fire was beyond their control of the residents.
This happened yesterday, Saturday September 25.
The Ghana National Fire Service reported late after they were called, the residents expressed their displeasure, their 10 year old girl was burnt beyond recognition, her body has currently been deposited at the mortuary. According to the fire fighters, the cause of the fire is and electrical fault.
The mother of the deceased also sustain several injures and she is now seeking medical attention in a near by hospital together with her 4 year old son.
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